A former producer for the Playboy Radio show "Night Calls" has filed a hostile workplace lawsuit claiming she was subjected to a sexually and racially hostile environment, TMZ reports.

Terri Hughes claims that during a live, three-hour broadcast, she was repeatedly asked to enter the studio and wax the buttocks of co-host Christy Canyon.

Hughes claims Canyon created a hostile environment by, among other things, "exposing her genitals and breasts to co-workers, making requests to guests and co-workers to touch her genitals and breasts and masturbating herself with her own hands as well as with various sex toys during live broadcasts of 'Night Calls.'"

Hughes, who is African-American, also alleges that when the host of another Playboy show — who was also an African-American woman — asked to have Hughes to work on her show, the executive producer of Playboy Radio warned, "I don't know how to say this, and it might offend you, but I'm just going to say it anyway — no Negro shows."

Hughes is seeking unspecified damages, according to TMZ.

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