Lisa Vanderpump is in some legal trouble, but she's not worried at all.
An employee at her restaurant, Karina Bustillos, alleged that Villa Blanca manager, Michael Govia, sexually assaulted her and has filed a $5 million suit against Govia, Vanderpump and her husband Ken Todd.
Bustillos claimed that Govia tried kissing her. But Bustillos said that when she stood up for herself, Govia called her a "bitch" and a "c**t" and told the waiting staff he could "get her" -- meaning he could have sex with her -- if he wanted.
She also accused Govia of twisting her wrist. When she told him to stop, he replied, "I will do whatever I want. I'm the manager."
Bustillos complained to Vanderpump, but said she did not take any action.
The waitress claimed she was forced to quit.
"The waitress had a falling out with a manager," Vanderpump told TMZ. "Of course I take that seriously. We've looked at all the cameras and there's no sexual harassment. This is just a disgruntled employee."
Meanwhile, Vanderpump's co-stars Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif are in the midst of a divorce battle and recently put their ugly custody war to rest.
Maloof will be the primary caretaker while Nassif will get to see their three sons (Gavin, 9, and 6-year-old twins Christian and Colin) every other weekend, overnight included.
Vanderpump and Maloof have been feuding lately, but Vanderpump had nothing negative to say about her cast mate at the launch party of Kyle Richard's new boutique, Kyle By Alene Too on Oct. 11.
She told RumorFix: "It's always sad when a marriage falls apart. I have a lot of empathy for the situation - especially when they've been together for years. You know there are children involved. Even though I haven't been that close to Adrienne as of late - I do feel a sadness for the situation. It's really hard when it starts getting aggressive in the press."