Earlier this year, one-legged ex-con millionaire Thomas Hartmann was found guilty of assaulting former stripper and current masseuse Sophia Kandelaki. Hartmann ended up getting sentenced to 60 days in jail (he was released after serving 35), but he isn't getting off that easily: Kandelaki has now sued him for $10 million for “loss of earnings” and “serious injuries.” And for sexually exploding all over her, metaphorically-speaking.

Kandelaki claims she was just dining with a friend at Baraonda's in April last year when Hartmann assaulted her with his gold rolex. She described her confrontation with him to the Post: "He was aggressive, and his sexual energy was exploding over me. He threw money at me, I threw it back, he started beating me.” Hartmann had claimed during the trial that he only hit Kandelaki by accident, after she tried to rob him during a "dancing-on-the-table-party."

But Kandelaki says he was aggressive and drunk: “He attacked me from behind, he grabbed my hair, he was uncontrollably drunk and violent. I was bleeding everywhere.” During the initial trial, Kandelaki gave a vivid description of herself as a gunpoint kidnapping survivor, a reality star hopeful, a stripper, a private shopper, a vegan chef, a singer, a composer and an expert in "deep, inner tantric massage."

Hartmann, a former Long Island construction worker, previously served two years in prison for stabbing a man in the face; he served another six years in prison after that on a separate charge. He lost his leg in 2004 after a Nassau County cop ran him over while attempting to arrest him for threatening and harassing his wife. Hartmann was awarded more than $19.6 million after a jury decided that the detective intentionally rammed into him.

Hartmann's lawyer Joe Tacopina—who has also represented ex-NYPD Officer Kenneth Moreno, accused cop-killer Lillo Brancato, Hiram Monserrate and Joran van der Sloot—vowed that Kandelaki wouldn't see a dime: “She is an admitted liar. Also, she could be facing some immigration issues. There is not a scenario where she can get one dollar out of this lawsuit.”