Federal authorities recently searched the tony Friars Club.
Federal agents executed the search warrant at the exclusive comedy club this week.
Additional information on the sweep isn’t available because it relates to an ongoing investigation.
The agents “came for everything on earth, which they do in case they find something they weren’t even looking for,” a club insider told.
A spokesman for the famous celebrity hangout, on E. 55th St. near Park Ave., did not respond to requests for comment.
Rehanna Almestica, a former Friars Club receptionist, filed a lawsuit in May alleging that Bruce Charet, a “Friars Club scribe,” called her on the phone while he was masturbating in July 2014.
Charet also showed Almestica pornographic photos, according to her Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit.
Almestica told club executive director Michael Gyure about the alleged harassment.
While Gyure said he would address it, nothing came of her internal complaint.
She filed a complaint with the New York State Division of Human Rights in June 2015 and was fired three days later, her suit claims.