America's Worst Boss? Hologram Billionaire Shows Porn to Employees and Walks Around Pantsless

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Is Alki David America's worst boss?

The billionaire founded Hologram USA, which is known for creating holograms of dead celebrities like Michael Jackson or Tupac Shakur for concerts. But he's in hot water after losing an $11 million harassment suit filed by a former employee.

"Sometimes he acts like a child, sometimes he acts like a predator," the ex-employee, Chastity Jones, told Inside Edition. "Sometimes he makes you feel like you're in a zoo. He's unpredictable."

David's explosive temper was on display as he erupted in court while being questioned by Jones' attorney, Lisa Bloom.

Bloom said David verbally attacked her, "ranting and raving" about how she's a "terrible person."

"Do something with your life, woman," David shouted as he was escorted from court by a sheriff's deputy.

His deposition was also laced with swear words.

When Inside Edition interviewed David, he showed up in a $350,000 Rolls Royce convertible with a Doberman therapy dog in the passenger seat. 

He was adamant he didn't do what he's accused of.

"I never ever, ever, ever, have ever touched an employee of mine inappropriately," David said. "The only people I've ever touched inappropriately I married!"

He admitted to showing adult movies to employees, as well as walking around his office without pants. 

"It's called entertainment, man! It's called having fun in the workplace!" he said. 

"No, it's not," replied Inside Edition's Jim Moret.

"Yes, it is!" he countered. 

And then, after some more back and forth, David unzipped his pants. 

"You know what baby?" he said. "Get your camera down! Get your camera down and then file a lawsuit ... just kidding!"

It didn't surprise Jones.

"He's capable of anything," she said. 

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