Kid Rock Ordered to Hand Over Glass Phallus in Insane Clown Posse Lawsuit

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Kid Rock performs in concert during the River City RockFest at the AT&T Center on May 24, 2014, in San Antonio, Texas.

You might think accepting a glass sex toy from a label founded by rapping clowns couldn't possibly end badly, but you would be wrong.

Kid Rock has been subpoenaed in Insane Clown Posse's ongoing sexual harassment lawsuit, according to the Detroit Free Press. No, this isn't the lawsuit against the FBI that ICP recently lost. This is the lawsuit that Andrea Pellegrini — a former employee of Psychopathic Records, their label — filed against the duo, their manager and their label in 2013.

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The employee alleges she was subjected to sexual harassment, bullying and wrongful termination in her 17-page complaint. Another former employee of Psychopathic Records and ICP, "Dirty Dan" Diamond, testified in court last Friday that he attempted to give Pellegrini a glass phallus at one point, but she refused.

The sex toy then went to Kid Rock, a fellow Detroit musician who appeared on their 1992 debut "Carnival of Carnage." Attorneys for the prosecution have subpoenaed Kid Rock, giving him 14 days to hand the glass phallus over.

Hopefully he's been storing it in an easy-to-access place.


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