‘I wholesale halloween costumes was a hot-chick wing woman’

A LEGAL battle has wholesale babydoll lingerie busted out between a jet-setting Hollywood investor and his assistant — a “Lingerie Bowl” player who claims her job was to look good and help him pick up hotties.

Blonde bombshell Lotti Bluemner, 31, was hired wholesale halloween costumes to oversee Erik Gordon's Los Angeles home, cars and schedule, but says "in reality" she was little more than a "hot chick wing woman."

Gordon, 41, used her "as 'eye candy' and as a 'bait' to attract other attractive young women, who [he and his friends] would not have been able to attract on their own," court papers allege.

Gordon also repeatedly asked her to go topless, even after she got pregnant, she claims in a $13 million California wrongful-termination lawsuit.

The model, who was a kicker during the "Lingerie Bowl" preceding the 2006 Super Bowl, was so afraid to lose her $90,000-a-year gig that she even allowed her boss to snort "lines of cocaine off of [her] exposed breasts in front of multiple persons," according to court papers.

Her duties included procuring strippers and hookers for Gordon, whom she then "baby-sat" so he wouldn't be ripped off while in a drunken stupor, the papers allege.

But Gordon said it's all lies.

In his own Manhattan federal court lawsuit against Bluemner, Gordon says she ripped off his credit cards, ran up milage on his Cadillac Escalade and tried to finagle kickbacks from his real-estate deals.

Gordon claims the leggy looker couldn't even change a light bulb in his penthouse, and he had to fire her for incompetence when she was six weeks from her due date.

Far from being unhappy in her job, Bluemner begged Gordon to rehire her, promising in an e-mail to "look wicked hot" at events and parties and to "work for 50 per cent of the pay" Gordon's suit claims.

She sued him only "upon realising that she would not be reinstated," alleges Gordon. He adds that her 2014 lawsuit, which was moved to federal court in California last month, is "sabotaging his reputation".

Gordon told The Post that Bluemner's legal claims are "manufactured out of whole cloth". He is seeking unspecified damages and wants a judge to enforce her nondisclosure agreement.

"Everyone who knows me and knows Ms. Bluemner has found humour in her bizarre allegations ... I have countless friends who are women who have faced horrific instances of hostile work environments and quid-pro-quo sexual harassment. Ms. Bluemner's complaint . . . does each of them an injustice," he said.

Bluemner denied ever stealing from Gordon or collecting kickbacks and said she couldn't change the light bulb because she would not climb a ladder while pregnant.

"It's clearly a fabricated claim," her lawyer, Christian Molnar, said of Gordon's lawsuit.

"It's a very unfortunate circumstance but it's a situation entirely of Mr. Gordon's own making, and it's unfortunate he doesn't take 򭫌ountability for it."