Lady Gaga’s former PA claims she went extra mile for the Born This Way singer.

Jennifer O?Neill, who is currently suing the 26-year-old for unpaid overtime, has revealed in court depositions that she shared the same bed as Gaga during her Monster’s Ball tour in 2010.

‘I was by her side virtually 24 hours a day, seven days a week,? O?Neill said in her deposition. ‘That includes sleeping in the same bed with her. Because she did not sleep alone.’

When asked if it was requirement for O’Neill to share the same sleeping quarters with Gaga, she responded: ‘I felt it was.’

O’Neill says that Gaga made outlandish demands during her time as PA to the star.

O’Neill said that she was the only member of Gaga’s entourage that didn’t have her own hotel room.

‘Unlike anybody else on that tour, I did not have my own hotel room. I was not asked if I wanted my own hotel room,’ she said.

‘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. There was no chance to do anything.’

In the deposition documents, obtained by the New York Post, O’Neill does not make any suggestion that she and the singer had any kind of sexual relationship.

But she claims that Gaga was incredibly demanding, not giving her anytime to do anything for herself.

‘And she was quite irate that she couldn?t reach me on my phone a couple of times, and was quite angry and asked me why she was paying for this hotel room if I was unreachable,’ she said in the deposition.

O’Neill also describes one time that Gaga made several demands whist O’Neill was trying to get her hair cut.

‘She might have said I need some tea, I need ? can you get my computer for me, can you get my phone, my battery is dead, I need a tampon, the toilet doesn?t flush,’ O?Neill said.

‘Another thing she would do in the middle of the night, would be wake me up to have me change the DVD in the DVD player because she didn?t want to watch that DVD any more and she couldn?t get up to walk across the room to change the DVD herself.’

Gaga’s former personal assistant launched her legal action against the Poker Face singer, claiming she was overworked and underpaid, at the end of last year. 

O?Neill, from Long Island, was employed by the star for 13 months, accompanying her on her Monster Ball world tour in 2011.

She alleges that she she put in 7,168 hours of unpaid overtime and is now owed more than $380,000, according to the report in the New York Post.

The 41-year-old claims she had to cater to the singer’s at times unreasonable demands around the clock.

She insists she had to ensure ‘the promptness of a towel following a shower and serving as a personal alarm clock to keep Gaga on schedule.’

It will be recalled that, Gaga’s former personal assistant launched her legal action against the Poker Face singer, claiming she was overworked and underpaid, at the end of last year.

She was not given breaks for meals ‘or, at times, even sleep,’ and needed to be available at the star’s ‘earliest waking hour’ or for ‘spontaneous, random matters in the middle of the night,’ according to the court papers.

O?Neill, who was paid $75,000-a-year, also had to ensure ‘the availability of chosen outfits’. Gaga is, of course, famous for her eccentric wardrobe and once wore a meat dress to MTV Video Music Awards.

She filed the lawsuit in Manhattan federal court in December against the superstar?s Mermaid Touring Company for unpaid overtime.

She is not the first personal assistant to complain about working for the star, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta.

Former employee Angela Ciemny also claimed she was required to sleep with Gaga most nights because she refused to be alone, according to the book Poker Face: The Rise and Rise of Lady Gaga.

In the deposition documents, obtained by the New York Post, O’Neill does not make any suggestion that she and the singer had any kind of sexual relationship.

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