Lady Gaga's split with former assistant Jennifer O'Neill was anything but friendly…and now the ex-PA has scored a reported $1 million book deal to tell us everything about working for the superstar. Look out, Gaga!
Page Six reports that Simon & Schuster bought the rights to Jennifer's upcoming tell-all, which will explore the two years she worked for the singer.
The best part? It's going to be called Fame Monster. Nice one Jennifer!
The former PA sued Gaga back in 2011, claiming she worked a whopping 7,168 hours of overtime and wanted the USD$393,000 owed to her…plus damages.
In the messy court battle, Jennifer testified that she was "required" to sleep in bed with the singer "because she didn't sleep alone."
She added: "I had no privacy, no chance to talk to any family, no chance to talk to any friends, no chance to have sex if I wanted to have sex."
Gaga, 28, branded Jennifer a "f---ing hood rat who is suing me for money that she didn't earn."
She also declared in official court documents: "I am the queen of the universe, every day...I'm quite wonderful to everybody that works for me."
Everybody except for Jennifer, apparently!
And she's not the only one who's angry at Gaga...