Phil Spector's former personal assistant has accused the legendary producer of sexual harassment and is suing him for around $5.25 million (GBP3 million). Spector, who is currently waiting for his murder trial to start, originally filed a lawsuit against MICHELLE BLAINE last September (05), accusing her of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from his bank accounts. On Friday (24MAR06), Blaine countersued, claiming the 66-year-old gave her permission to take the money and gave her a $700,000 (GBP400,000) house. She also alleges Spector once asked her to find him a prostitute, invited her to join him and a prostitute in a hotel room, and sometimes appeared naked in front of her. After Spector was charged with murdering actress Lana Clarkson, 40, at his home in 2003, Blaine says he asked her to marry him on numerous occasions - spouses cannot be forced to testify against each other under California law. She also claims Spector sent her to music industry parties in New York City and Los Angeles to hand out fliers proclaiming his innocence in Clarkson's killing. Blaine is seeking $5.25 million in damages, and additional millions of dollars in punitive damages. Her lawyer TIM REUBEN says, "We believe there is very, very powerful evidence that Michelle Blaine acted not only appropriately but that she was very, very badly treated by Mr Spector." Spector's lawyer Bruce Cutler responds, "She stole this money and her final lie is now that it's hush money. It's all a lie." Last week (ends24MAR06), Spector's murder trial was pushed back until September (06). He is currently free on $1 million (GBP580,000) bail.