Lady Gaga in lawsuit defense: There’s only one queen of this universe

Peter Kramer/NBC/NBC NewsWire via Getty ImagesAdam Levine appears on NBC News' 'Today' show.

Peter Kramer/NBC/NBC NewsWire via Getty ImagesAdam Levine appears on NBC News' 'Today' show.

There’s definitely no love lost between Lady Gaga and ex-assistant Jennifer O’Neill, who is suing the singer for unpaid overtime.

Radar Online has published some of the six-hour, F-word filled deposition in which Gaga calls O’Neill a jealous wannabe and a “hood rat.”

“She thinks she’s just like the queen of the universe,” said the eccentric pop star. “And, you know what, she didn’t want to be a slave to one, because in my work and what I do, I’m the queen of the universe every day.” Wow, who wouldn’t want to work for someone who calls herself the queen of the universe?

O’Neill has accused Gaga of making her sleep in the same bed with her and even waking her up to do tiny things like change the DVD in the player, according to the Daily Mail. For her troubles, O’Neill is asking for $380,000 – which is about what Gaga earns per second.FeaturesGossipJennifer O’NeillLady Gaga

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