David Boreanaz has just been sued by an actress who claims he sexually harassed her during filming of his TV show, "Bones."
The suit, filed by Gloria Allred, claims the sexual harassment began during filming on August 21, 2009. According to the suit, David was sending "sexually inappropriate text messages" to Kristina Hagan, who was an extra on the show.
The suit also claims David was driving with Kristina in September, 2009 and told her he was "the boss" and that he could "make things happen for her."
The suit claims David then parked his car, and "attempted to kiss her and touch her breasts but she pushed him away." The suit then alleges Boreanaz "unzipped his pants, pulled out his penis and began stroking it until he ejaculated."
Another encounter allegedly occurred with Hagan in David's trailer on September 29, according to the docs. Once again Hagan claims Boreanaz grabbed, kissed, and fondled her -- and then "masturbated in front of her."
Then the suit claims that in October Boreanaz told Hagan "he and his wife had argued because there were reports of his infidelity" coming out -- and that he and Hagan would have to "cool it."
According to the suit, Boreanaz continually told Hagan he was trying to find an acting role for her, but never delivered.
In addition to Boreanaz, Hagan is suing Fox and the "Bones" production companies for failing to take corrective action against Boreanaz.
David's rep just gave us the following statement: "The allegations concerning any alleged inappropriate conduct by David Boreanaz are totally fabricated and absurd. There is no validity to this lawsuit."