Kid Rock Ordered To Turn Over Sex Toy for Insane Clown Posse Court Case
Here's a lesson, kids: Never accept a sex toy from a posse of insane clowns.
Turns out, Kid Rock did -- and he now has two weeks to produce a glass phallus as part of an ongoing sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a former of employee of the rap group Insane Clown Posse's label. In the suit, which also names the hip-hop duo and their manager as defendants, Andrea Pellegrini alleges she was also subjected to bullying before being wrongfully terminated.
As the trial moved forward, another label employee testified that he attempted to give Pellegrini the unique sexual aid, but she refused. It apparently was then passed on to Kid Rock, who had guested on Insane Clown Posse's 1992 debut album. A subpoena has followed.
The legal proceedings are addressing all three musicians by their real names. Kid Rock's is Robert James Ritchie.