The unnamed women have submitted sworn declarations to help ex-model Kayden Nguyen, who is suing the Under Siege tough guy for $1 million (£666,000), claiming he used her "like a sex toy" and expected her to pleasure him sexually after landing a job as his executive assistant.
In one of the declarations, obtained by TMZ.com, one woman claims Seagal groped her breasts, telling her he was "checking just as a doctor would for lumps."
The document adds, "Seagal reached his hand down my pants. He said, 'I just wanted to touch it for a second to see what it felt like.'"
Both women allege they quit working for Seagal after he made inappropriate sexual advances.
But Seagal's lawyer Marty Singer has dismissed the claims as "absurd", insisting the actor has never even met the two women.
He says, "My client has no knowledge of these women and a preliminary check of his employment records does not show that they ever worked for him.
"The declarations were clearly prepared by Nguyen's lawyer to be leaked to the media to help bolster his client's meritless claims."
Seagal's reality show, Steven Seagal Lawman has been put on hold following the allegations.