Lawyer and would-be legislator Helen Chung Yee-fong was accused in the District Court yesterday of being a liar and an 'unbearable employer'. Ms Chung, 46, was prepared to tell 'a pack of lies' to defend herself in the case brought against her by her two former domestic helpers, the court heard. Amie Camacho, 28, and Lenita Hernandez, 30, claimed they were forced to work up to 17 hours a day without pay while Ms Chung contested the Urban Council and Legislative Council elections last year. Peter Graham, representing the two maids, claimed Ms Chung was an unbearable employer and accused her of producing a false receipt, ripped off at the top and bottom, to prove she had paid Ms Camacho's salary in July and August last year. 'You know perfectly well you are a liar . . . you are prepared to tell lies about every single topic,' he said. Ms Chung forcefully and repeatedly denied the accusations. She said the two maids were the 'greatest liars' and were framing her. Ms Camacho and Ms Hernandez are suing Ms Chung for $64,132 in damages for breach of contract.