NEW YORK (WPIX) -- Just when you thought the New York Knicks couldn't get anymore bad publicity, the New York Post reports center Eddy Curry has been slapped with a shocking sexual harassment lawsuit by his former driver.

According to court papers filed in Manhattan Federal court Monday, chauffeur David Kuchinsky claims the Knicks reserve center attempted to solicit gay sex from him on a number of occasions.

Kuchinsky recalls in court papers, Curry approaching him in the nude and allegedly telling him "Look at me, Dave, look" and "Come and touch it, Dave."

In another stunning allegation the plaintiff claims he was forced to clean up and remove "dirty towels [Curry had ejaculated into] so that his wife would not see them."

Kuchinsky, who was hired as Curry's round-the-clock chauffeur for him and his family, also claims he was the victim of relentless racial discrimination from the Knicks sideliner. The former driver claims Curry would hurl a number of racial slurs at him, including "f---ing Jew," "cracker," "white slave," "white devil" and "grandmaster of the KKK."

Curry, a father of three who is on the road in New Orleans with the Knicks, denied all the allegations. The injured Knick claims Kuchinsky has been after his money in recent months.

The 6-foot-11 hoopster was scratched from the starting lineup Monday night, before tipping off against the Hornets due to ongoing soreness in his right knee. The injury has kept Curry off the court for most of the season.

Curry's lawyer, Kelly Saindon denied all of Kuchinsky's claims, telling the New York Post, they're "absolutely untrue."

Saindon attempted to discredit Kuchinsky by bringing up his lengthy criminal record which included a three-year stint in prison for a 1992 burglary and receiving probation in a 2004 resisting-arrest case, both occurring in New Jersey.

"It's shocking that Eddy opened his home to a convicted felon out of prison, and gave him a job when he couldn't find a job, and this is what comes out of it," she told the New York Post. "The entire thing is preposterous."

Kuchinsky is seeking $98,000 in damages which include $68,000 in unpaid wages, as well as $25,000 in expenses for which Curry never reimbursed him for, according to court papers.

The stunning suit comes nearly 2 years to the day that former New York Knicks executive Anucha Browne Sanders filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Knicks general manager Isiah Thomas and Madison Square Garden.

In her suit, Browne Sanders claimed Thomas sexually harassed her as early as December 2003. The former executive, who was fired by the Knicks in 2006, also claimed that her dismissal was in retaliation for her complaints about the alleged harassment.

A jury found Thomas and Madison Square Garden liable for sexual harassment and levied $11.6 million in punitive damages against MSG. The Knicks later settled the lawsuit with Brown Sanders for $11.5 million.