Clark Gable's grandson has starred in his first film, but reports are now claiming sexual harassment took place on set. Reports state that the movie was a complete disaster, and court documents have now been filed detailing allegations of sexual harassment as well as numerous situations where cast were put in danger.
Court papers have been filed by executive producer Adriana Trevino against Victor Alfieri, who served as director of Gable's first film titled, "Looking For Clara."
The court filing reportedly describes abuse and sexual promiscuity during filming in a sordid account of what went on during the shoot, according to Rumor Fix.
Alfieri is best known for his starring roles in "Days of our Lives" and "The Bold And The Beautiful."
The court papers allegedly put the blame squarely on Alfieri as the instigator of some sordid actions that put Clark J. Gable in harms way.
The movie contains torture scenes, and the court filings allege that Alfieri ruthlessly kept "Clark Gable in a cold wet bathtub tied up, for hours. Gable was unable to move."
In another description in the court documents, Alfieri is accused of holding a real operating drill to Clark's abdomen.
"Clark J. Gable overdosed on Lemoncello, an Italian liqueur with extremely high alcohol content. Alfieri forced Gable to drink the entire bottle while filming a scene," the court documents allege.
Following that incident the lawsuit claims that Clark complained the next day of anal bleeding, diarrhea, vomiting, dehydration, shakes, illness and pains.
Clark's grandfather Clark Gable was an American film actor most famous for his role as Rhett Butler in the 1939 Civil War movie "Gone With the Wind." In that film he starred alongside Vivien Leigh. His amazing performance in that film saw him earn his third nomination for an Academy Award in the category of Best Actor. Clark Gable won the Best Actor Oscar for his role in film "It Happened One Night" in 1934, and also received a nomination for "Mutiny on the Bounty" in 1935.