A Dallas Lawyer Claims Her Boss Forced Her into Sex Slavery, Thinks Navy SEALs Are Watching Her

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Last month, Chelsea Davis filed a lawsuit, which in and of itself is pretty unremarkable given that she's a lawyer.. Davis, though, is a patent attorney, and this particular suit has nothing to do with the nuances of intellectual property law, a fact she alluded to in a handful of Facebook posts on the topic.

"The press in Dallas," she writes in one, "may be too scared to report it."

"Scared" probably isn't the right description of the media's response to her filing. "Skeptical" is probably a fairer term. "Scrupulous" works too. Because the lawsuit is a wild one.

Davis focuses her accusations on her boss, Sam Baxter, a lawyer at the respected law firm McKool Smith who interviewed the self-described "overachiever" for a job in 2010.

Here, according to court filings, is what happened over the next 10 months:

Chelsea Davis accepted Mr. Baxter's offer of employment at McKool Smith wholly unaware of Samuel Baxter's reputation for making inappropriate advances on female employees. Throughout her tenure at McKool Smith, Ms. Davis would learn that Samuel Baxter preys upon young, unsuspecting females and uses his money, power and influence to snare his victims. Chelsea Davis entered into employment at McKool Smith as a young, beautiful, naive, ambitious, and recently divorced woman, thus rendering her a delicious target. Rather than using his power, money and influence to improve the patent litigation profession, as all respectable lawyers should, Samuel Baxter has repeatedly chosen to use his stature as a tool to carry out his perversions and abuse. Hiding behind the prestige of his position as shareholder at McKool Smith and Chelsea Davis's mento, Chelsea Davis, like many of Mr. Baxter's victims, never foresaw the tremendous abuse Mr. Baxter would repeatedly inflict on her.

This alleged abuse Davis suffered included:

- Forced sex slavery to one of the firm's major financial backers;

- Threats "to have her raped by a judge who was HIV positive if she did not do as she was told";

- Choking and strangulation.

- Intentional infection with HPV

- Refusal to let her sue a man who had intentionally infected her with herpes.

Davis provides no evidence for these claims, and there's no reason to take them seriously. On the contrary, in a filing categorically denying the allegations in the suit, Baxter provides ample reason not to.

McKool Smith fired Davis in January 2011, for cause. Two years later, Baxter's attorney writes, she began harassing him and making death threats against him and his family. The demands that come with these threats vary widely and "range from demanding Dallas Cowboys tickets to being paid tens of millions of dollars."

Nor is Baxter the only person Davis has harassed. In 2011, she was sued by her own father, accusing her of making death threats and stalking him at his home and business.

Baxter's filing also points the court to reports Davis has filed with the Dallas Police Department. In one filed February 5, she claimed that "she was being watched by Navy SEALs and her phone and computer had been tapped. She told the police that she was involved in a sex ring with approximately 20 males and females giving HIV to the individuals with whom they have sex. She told the police she feels unsafe and afraid that the snipers are going to kill her. The police also reported that she made multiple calls to 911 on that date and had 'multiple episodes in previous days.'"

In conclusion, her claims should be viewed by the court "with extreme skepticism," Baxter's filing says, and is asking a judge to dismiss the suit.

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davidaltonsibley
davidaltonsibley

Oops. A third woman has accused the Judge Carlos Cortez of impropriety (rape). 


This makes too accusations of rape and one of assault.


Anybody who thinks judges and lawyers never do wrong is highly misguided.


Most wrongdoing by judges is covered up.


The only surprising thing here is that this is public.

craigboat
craigboat

One of the defendants who is so darn respectable that it is supposedly nuts to suggest that he would do anything wrong was just arrested for allegedly strangling and threatening kill his girlfriend while holding her over the edge of a balcony.


His name is Judge Carlos R Cortez

craigboat
craigboat

You people are way, way naive if you think things like this never happen (inappropriate sex, threats, bugged phones and computers, etc.).


Of cours, it is the oldest trick in the book to try to make your victim look crazy


The only implausible thing is the Navy Seal thing but even that could be retired Seals or thugs lying claiming to be Seals or any number of things


It is a common tactic among unscrupulous lawyers to do outrageous things and then claim your victim is crazy because of course the things are outrageous.


By the way, complaints are not suppose to contain evidence just allegations. That is normal


This woman is entitled to be heard. Talking about no evidence, there is no evidence she is crazy.

rufuslevin
rufuslevin

if she were black, she might just win the case...but a blonde whitie....not a chance.

rufuslevin
rufuslevin

how come she isn't in Terrell Mental Hospital now?

KimEarley
KimEarley

Maybe it was simply an affair that ended.  High Profile law partners cheat every day and the firm supports them.  I've seen it happen a number of times.

Cliffhanger
Cliffhanger

If that's how she writes, it's no wonder she was fired. And a great wonder how she ever graduated from law school.

Obummer
Obummer

Yo reminds me o' uh Moochelle.

nammer
nammer

Damn, bitches be crazy

uualbertomiller
uualbertomiller

My answer is to force her to seek help. She needs to committed to a mental hospital.

KEVINK8
KEVINK8

Poor woman needs help. But who is going to give it to her?

Randy Nelson
Randy Nelson

hot and crazy. probably really good in bed. the crazy ones always are.

Nanette Kramer
Nanette Kramer

This isn't funny, wish I had never read it nor the comments. She is very obviously sick.

GatoCat
GatoCat

Not enough information to draw a conclusion.

jamessavik
jamessavik

OH Drat... I thought I had the definition of "batshit insane" in the urban dictionary. My bad.

Alicia Austin Curtis
Alicia Austin Curtis

Anybody read the book Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness? This lawsuit reminds me if this book and the author's (Cahalan) description of some of her hallucinations with anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis. Crazy stuff.

Lindsey Dizzy Whiteside
Lindsey Dizzy Whiteside

No. Schizophrenia isn't a joke and manifesting delusions based on pop culture isn't uncommon. I meant what I said in earnest...

Jason Ramos
Jason Ramos

Uh, didn't you just make fun of her?

juanmayeaux
juanmayeaux

Over achiever? She is another in a long line of crazy people who populate the Dallas area and needs to get off the dope. Over Paranoid, is more like it.

MrLawyerRobinus
MrLawyerRobinus

if my daughter was batshit crazy I probably wouldnt sue her, I would maybe just move - change my number - try to get her help - restraining order...what a litigious asshole family - can we eliminate these people out of the gene pool - most lawyers are scum off the earth, getting rich off the poor w/ little to no recourse if they don't do their jobs properly.

TheCredibleHulk
TheCredibleHulk topcommenter

Aggressive victimhood like this always makes me suspect of the complainant. 

Really makes you wonder how many poor shlubs she spread the herpes to?

Geri Elkins-Alexander
Geri Elkins-Alexander

She appears to be paranoid and instead of mocking her, she should be assisted in seeking medical/psychiatric help. This isn't humorous.

rachel613
rachel613

this is just pathetic and sad

Jeremy Inman
Jeremy Inman

Sounds like she is mentally unstable and needs help.

Karen Weston Brack
Karen Weston Brack

I think she sounds like a sad case of woman in need of psychiatric care. What's the purpose of exposing her to ridicule in a public forum?

Aimie Lovett
Aimie Lovett

Mental illness is sad. It negatively impacts those closest to the one suffering. It's not a joke.

elluckydog
elluckydog

tens of millions or cowboy tickets.......

Rumpunch1
Rumpunch1

Just remember, no matter how hot a chic is, there's some dude out there who's sick of her shit.

Angela Thompson
Angela Thompson

That's because it's too soon to reasonably find an "appropriate" descriptive term. It's only been a month since filing.

Lindsey Dizzy Whiteside
Lindsey Dizzy Whiteside

it sounds like she has schizophrenia and recently read 50 shades of Grey. Some one should be seeking help for her, not making fun of her

rufuslevin
rufuslevin

@Randy Nelson not since watching Glen Close in Fatal Attraction.....I like my pet rabbitt more than her pussycat.

romar214
romar214

@Karen Weston Brack A "mental illness" called COCAINE!

pak152
pak152

@Lindsey Dizzy Whiteside borderline personality disorder??

russell.allison1
russell.allison1

@pak152 My guess would be bi-polar w/delusional features or an active cocaine or meth addiction and enough resources to keep that addiction funded.  Either way, I too wonder if and hope that somebody out there is trying to get her in the lifeboat.

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