Music mogul Phil Spector has been ordered by a Los Angeles judge to disclose details of private conversations he has had about the fatal shooting of actress Lana Clarkson. Superior Court Judge MARK MOONEY wants to know if the producer, who has been accused of killing Clarkson, discussed the tragedy with his former personal assistant. The ruling is linked to a suit filed by the assistant, MICHELLE BLAINE, who alleges sexual harassment and wrongful termination. Blaine claims she was fired because she refused to promise not to talk to prosecutors about what Spector might have told her about Clarkson's death in February, 2003. Spector has continually denied killing the actress but has always refused to disclose whether he discussed the death, which occurred at his California home, with his assistant. Spector is free on $1 million (GBP555,500) bail as he awaits his January (07) murder trial. Blaine's case will be heard after that trial.