A second man has filed a lawsuit alleging Andrew Napolitano of sexual assault, accusing the Fox News analyst of coercing him to engage in a “bizarre sex game” for years.
James Kruzelnick worked as a waiter at a New Jersey steakhouse Napolitano frequented on weekends in 2014. The former Superior Court judge purportedly “developed a strong attraction” to the waiter and requested his service every time he dined.
Kruzelnick alleges the judge followed him into a bathroom in December 2015, and groped his buttocks from behind as he said, “you are just so hot.” The 20-year younger server shoved him away and told him not to touch him again.
" … Napolitano followed James Kruzelnick into the bathroom of a New Jersey restaurant where the latter man worked in December 2014. Kruzelnick claims that he was then groped from behind by Napolitano, who allegedly said: “You are just so hot.”https://t.co/bZ99fGNWeE
— Cats and Chocolates (@CatsChocolates) September 28, 2020
The accuser claims the sexual harassment increased as the year went on, with Napolitano’s remarks escalating from sexually suggestive to descriptions of explicit acts he would like to perform on him.
— Judge Napolitano (@Judgenap) March 13, 2019
In September, Kruzelnick visited the legal analyst’s home, where Napolitano exposed his genitalia and threw himself into the waiter’s lap, insisting he be spanked. Napolitano demanded to be called “son” as he masturbated while Kruzelnick spanked him in a role play “sex game.”
After rebuffing Napolitano’s additional advances, the food server returned to his home for legal advice after facing workplace discrimination for his sexuality. The Fox News personality agreed to help if he would once again play the “bizarre sex game,” then mounted Kruzelnick’s lap.
— Judge Napolitano (@Judgenap) November 27, 2018
When Kruzelnick’s brother Dallas needed help with a criminal case, Napolitano offered Dallas his services, “if your brother gives me his full cooperation.” The waiter performed sex acts on the former judge for the duration of his brother’s court case, which lasted over a year.
Drugged and Assaulted
Kruzelnick felt “powerless to stop the abuse,” as Napolitano continued to extort sexual favors that included going to the legal analyst’s home with an alleged Fox News intern, where he began feeling woozy after one drink and woke up hours later with “blurred memories” of engaging in a sexual threesome.
Two young men now accuse Fox News GOP pundit Andrew Napolitano of rape. The allegations include one from a waiter who says Napolitano drugged him, wanted to be spanked and called "son", and forced him into a threesome with a male Fox intern. https://t.co/oP9wbTDoqF
— chris evans (@notcapnamerica) October 1, 2020
On a visit to Napolitano’s farm in August of 2017, Krezelick accused the Fox News commentator of attempting to anal rape him and force oral sex as he was changing into a swimsuit. The server fought and screamed to be let go until Napolitano relented. He got dressed and never saw him again. Krezelick is seeking $15 million in damages in the lawsuit.
— Law & Crime (@lawcrimenews) September 28, 2020
Earlier this month, convicted criminal Charles Corbishley filed a suit that claimed Napolitano forced him to perform oral sex in exchange for a lighter sentence in his 1988 arson case. He is suing for $10 million.
Napolitano denied the accusations in a statement from his lawyer. “These allegations are total fiction. This copycat lawsuit, filed and promoted publicly by the same lawyers representing career criminal Charles Corbishley, is nothing more than a pile-on attempt to smear Judge Napolitano for their own financial gain.