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Ex-chauffeur claims racism and sexual harassment by mom, daughter: suit

A wealthy mother and daughter living in “Grey Gardens”-like squalor subjected their personal assistant to racist slurs and sexual harassment, according to a new Westchester County lawsuit.

Shamel Thompson says he was paid $1,750 a week to chauffeur around the 28-year-old daughter, Becky Stein, and do simple housework at her and her mother’s $4 million White Plains home, which was “permeated with junk,” according to court papers.

But it turned into the job from hell, with Becky spewing the N-word at him and demanding that he wipe feces from her genitals, the suit says.

Meanwhile, her suspended-lawyer mom, Sheryl Dicker Stein, 67, tried to seduce the 39-year-old married father of three and even instructed him to bed her daughter, the papers say.

“They will be hard-pressed to find a jury of their peers in New York,” said Thompson’s lawyer, Lowell Sidney, referring to the mother and daughter.

She even “demanded that plaintiff have sexual relations with [Becky],” the suit claims.

Even more disturbingly, the women showed Thompson’s wife — who once worked for them — “numerous videos of the [mother-and-daughter] defendants masturbating each other,” the court papers claim.

When he wasn’t fending off the creepy women, he was wading through a morass of “urine and fecal matter scattered throughout the premises” of their home, according to the court papers — which conjure up images of Grey Gardens, the infamous East Hamptons estate that was the subject of a documentary in the 1970s about relatives of Jackie Kennedy Onassis.

Becky, who has autism, according to a 2016 lawsuit filed against the family by another former employee, could not be bothered to find a toilet, Thompson told The Post.

“I was in the car with her, and I heard a noise, and I said, ‘Becky what is going on?’ ” Thompson recalled — claiming the woman casually responded, “Oops, I couldn’t hold it. I do it all the time, so what’s the problem?”

Thompson said he endured the vile conditions because, “I have bills to pay.” But he was fired in February, he said, after he asked for a raise.

Sheryl “lives off the largesse provided by her father Ernest Dicker,’’ the papers state.

Thompson is suing for $12,000 in back pay, as well as unspecified damages for emotional harm.

Sheryl did not return a request for comment. A working number could not be found for Rebecca.

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