For five unbearable years, the male CEO of teddy-bear giant Steiff "engaged in violent sexual assaults and other forms of sexual harassment" against a female employee, according to court papers filed in an $80 million lawsuit. 32-year-old Jane Collins, mother of two, worked as an assistant to Steiff's North American CEO Martin Frechen starting in 2002. She says that while they were attending a conference in Plymouth, Mass., Frechen asked her to come to his hotel room to help with a speech, then tried to force himself on her. She fled, but says Frechen wouldn't take no for an answer, asking Collins to meet him that night behind a gas station, which she declined. The following week, Frechen asked Collins to help him get his wife's car into a storage unit, and then closed the warehouse door and allegedly raped her. Collins insists she didn't report the alleged rape to anyone because she was a single mom and "terrified" she'd lose her job; in fact, she still works there! Collins tells the Post, "I cannot easily imagine working anywhere else. I adore the company's line of teddy bears." To be fair, they are beary adorable!