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"I feel like I"ve been stabbed in the back": Make-up guru Napoleon Perdis hits back after former employee sues him for "bullying and $100,000 underpayment"By Ekin Karasin For Daily Mail Australia Published: 22:08 EDT, 13 July 2018 | Updated: 22:10 EDT, 13 July 2018 Napoleon Perdis has hit back...

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‘I feel like I’ve been stabbed in the back’: Make-up guru Napoleon Perdis hits back after former employee sues him for ‘bullying and $100,000 underpayment’

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Napoleon Perdis has hit back at a former employee who is suing him for an alleged $100,000 in unpaid bonuses and ‘bullying’.

Giovanni (John) Rosiello, the former general manager of Napoleon …

'I feel like I've been stabbed in the back': Make-up guru Napoleon Perdis hits back after former employee sues him for 'bullying and $100,000 underpayment'

Legal battle: Giovanni (John) Rosiello (pictured), the former general manager of Napoleon Perdis Cosmetics, has accused the make-up guru of underpaying him and loading him up with personal errands

Claims: Giovanni, who was paid $245,000 a year at Napoleon Perdis Cosmetics, claimed he was tasked with 'artificially' boosting the Instagram followers and likes of the accounts of Napoleon's four daughters (pictured) and his brother Emanuel

Not having it: Napoleon argued that 'everyone' in social media buys their followers, but insisted his daughter Lianna (pictured), who has nearly 73,000 followers, is 'genuinely popular' with their market

Oh dear: Giovanni also alleged that he was tasked with a range of personal errands, from making sure Napoleon's Sydney pad was in order for when he returned from his frequent Europe trips to organising Perdis' father's funeral

Hitting back: Napoleon, 48, said in response that he feels like he's been 'stabbed in the back' by someone he had 'nurtured for 15 years' and treated like a 'son'