Mistress: Emel Dilek is suing Watson Enterprises for breach of contract after she was sacked shortly after the death of her lover Ronald Pecunies
The mistress of luxury auto dealer Ronald Pecunies, who died in May 2010, is suing his company to enforce a four-year employment contract she secured from him - for which it was alleged in a counter claim her main role was to allegedly sleep with her boss.
German-born brunette Emel Dilek was hired to work at Mercedes Benz of Greenwich, Connecticut, soon after she got together with married Pecunies, who was almost 50 years her senior.
Pecunies became smitten with Dilek when he met her on a 2004 business trip to Germany.
He is then believed to have flown her back to the U.S. where he got her a work visa and gave her a job at his company.
Six months before his death in 2010, Pecunies set up two trust funds for his lover - which gave her a $1 million bank account and the contents of the rent-stabilized apartment he had leased for just under $2,000-a-month.
When he died, she received almost $3million pay out from his estate.
But that appears to not have been enough for Dilek, whose claim has now passed its first judicial hurdle.