Six more employees have accused Lizzo of sexual harassment.

Lizzo is apparently being investigated for harassment charges made by six more employees after three former backup dancers sued her last week.

Lawyers representing the singer in the lawsuit disclosed to Page Six on Wednesday that they have been "reviewing and

vetting new complaints from at least six people with similar stories" who worked with Lizzo.

According to attorney Ron Zambrano, his firm is investigating the experience of dancers who worked with the Truth Hurts singer on her reality show, Lizzo's Watch Out for the Big Grrrls.

Zambrano praised the original three accusers for "bravely" speaking out and sharing their stories, "opening the door for others to feel empowered to do the same."

According to the lawyer, the latest allegations against Lizzo, which he claims are "actionable," are of a "sexually charged environment" and withholding employees' wages.

Three former backup dancers for the Grammy winner came forward this week, accusing the singer of fat-shaming, sexual harassment, and fostering a toxic work environment.

In response to the allegations, the Good as Hell singer called them "outrageous," adding, "My work ethic, morals, and respectability have been called into question." 

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