In exchange for her services, Medeiros was handsomely rewarded with cash, plastic surgery, stem cell injections, jewelry and four luxury cars including a DeLorean.
Medeiros vehemently denies these false and salacious allegations and looks forward to the Court dismissing these baseless claims.
Nygard, 79, was Tuesday on a Manhattan federal indictment for allegedly sexually assaulting dozens of teen girls and women over decades.
The suit is seeking compensatory and punitive damages.
The suit, which does not name Nygard as a defendant, alleges that Medeiros trafficked her and other women to the Finnish-born designer.
Medeiros was an employee of Nygard International — the clothing company headquartered in Times Square — but she was really a sex worker, the papers allege.
In a similar lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court last month, another woman, listed only as Jane Doe, sued talent agent Jonathan Baram accusing him of sex trafficking her to Nygard, who is not named as a defendant.