Strippers File Class Action Lawsuit Vs Club
Three women describing themselves as strippers have filed a federal class action lawsuit against Diamonds Exclusive Men’s Club of Mobile, Alabama.
The women — April Mudd, Brianca Arnold, and Jessica Whitehead — are alleging that the club forced them to share tips and paid them less than minimum wage. They also allege that the club misclassified them as independent contractors.
The women are asking for unpaid minimum wages and are citing the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The lawsuit also alleges that over 200 other dancers worked for the club in the last three years and under similar conditions.
The lawsuit notes that the parent company of the club was “an employer and enterprise engaged in interstate commerce and is subject to the FLSA” and has an annual revenue over $500,000.
It also says that “The Defendants engaged in interstate commerce by purchasing alcoholic beverages, and other items from outside the State of Alabama and regularly advertise via the world wide web and other media sources to persons outside the state of Alabama or persons who are involved in interstate commerce.”
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