Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s boss, and his wife Priscilla Chan were sued for alleged homophobic and racist abuses inflicted upon two employees by their former household security boss. This is said to have included a dig about Meghan Markle.   

Mia King, a black LGBR woman who served as a security operations assistant, and a John Doe, a gay and disabled man who worked as a household operations manager, claimed they were subject to racist and homophobic abuse by the billionaire couple’s former head of security Liam Booth, Business Insider reports.   

King claimed that Booth would often call Booth ‘ghetto” and complain that Meghan Markle (bi-racial) ‘polluted’ the royal bloodline after her marriage with Prince Harry. 

Doe also claimed Booth, a former Secret Service agent of unknown race, made constant comments about Booth’s homosexuality and slapped him in the groin at a sushi joint in 2018. 

Pictured, Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan with their family

Pictured are Mark Zuckerberg, Priscilla and Priscilla with their families

The couple run a home office operation through their California estate, pictured. Employees have alleged that a pattern of discriminatory behavior took place at the home office

The couple ran a home office through their California estate. Employees claimed that the home office was run in a pattern of discriminatory behavior.

Former head of security Liam Booth allegedly made a slew of racist remarks against black people, and directed such comments at Meghan Mark, wife of Prince Harry, pictured above

Former head security Liam Booth allegedly made a number of racist remarks about black people and directed them at Meghan Mark (pictured above).

The lawsuit claims that other employees had witnessed Booth touching Doe’s genitals in Zuckerberg’s Montana property in the same year, and then imitating sex acts in front of him. While Zuckerberg and Chan have their main property in the Bay Area, they also own properties in Hawaii and Montana. 

Booth, a former Secret Service agent, was once part of President Barack Obama’s personal security detail. He resigned in 2019 from Zuckerberg’s family offices following an investigation into the complaints that Business Insider first reported.

These claims have been refuted by Chan and Zuckerberg. Their personal spokesperson Ben LaBolt stated in a statement that no evidence was found in the company’s internal investigation. 

‘As stated by us when the claims were anonymously made public to the media more than two years ago, our family follows a strict code which requires that all members of our team behave appropriately. LaBolt stated that it is our expectation that all of our employees will adhere to this code. 

“Any complaint to our HR personnel will be taken seriously and investigated. We are proud of our family office professionals and we are confident that claims to unfairly disparage them will fail. 

Booth has not yet made a statement on the allegations in the three year period since they first surfaced. 

Doe’s boss Brian Mosteller and Monica Moorhouse (ex-human resources employee for family office) are also named in the suit. was unable to reach them immediately on Tuesday night. 

Booth allegedly poked fun at Chan, an Asian woman. The Zuckerberg and Chan, pictured in 2020, have denied that such behavior took place in their family office

Booth allegedly made fun of Chan, an Asian woman. In 2020, Chan and Zuckerberg deny that such behavior occurred in their family office.

Booth’s alleged actions were previously reported by Business Insider when they first surfaced in 2019. Former employees also detailed the shocking behavior. 

In one, a former senior manager of executive protection alleged that Booth told him Black Lives Matter movement was a ‘terrorist organization,’ and described a King as a ‘ghetto b***h,’ a ‘hoodrat,’ and a ‘c**t.’

In another declaration, a female security worker said that Booth ‘stated that he was “tired of all the Black Lives Matter bulls**t,”‘ and that he ‘often used the word “n*****” to label African Americans.’

She also claimed that Booth discredit Chan, who is Asian, calling him ‘a bad driver’ while deliberately narrowing his eyes.

Doe also claims that Brian Mosteller, his boss, failed to make accommodations for his disability, which include epilepsy. 

Doe claims that he emailed Zuckerberg in 2019 about the problem. However, he never received a reply.  

In violation of A Fair Day’s Pay Act, plaintiffs claim that they weren’t given the legal amount or overtime hours they deserved. 

Booth is not the only one of Zuckerberg’s personal aides who has been accused of misconduct. 

In 2017, a female employee of the household accused Shawn Smith, Zuckerberg’s Hawaii ranch manager, of assaulting him while he was drunk. The woman was treated for a head injury at the hospital, but no charges were brought against him. 

Smith has denied the allegations, and continues to work for Zuckerberg. 

In 2018, another female worker claimed she was sexually harassed and abused by Jaeson Rosa, a medical staffer.