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A New York woman who lives in a 34-room, 30,000-square-foot mansion is facing a federal criminal charge related to her employment of an illegal alien who allegedly served as a domestic servant in a “forced labor situation” that included her working 17-hour days, seven days a week, and sleeping in a walk-in closet.
Originally posted by Vitchilo
Feds Arrest Mansion Dweller In Servant Case
I'm not sure jail is enough... maybe she could be sent to a North Korean labor camp for a year for punishment?edit on 29-2-2012 by Vitchilo because: (no reason given)
According to a criminal complaint filed Monday against Annie George, 39, the servant entered the U.S. on a non immigrant visa in 1998 to work for the family of a United Nations employee. She began working for the Georges in late-2005 after being offered about $1000 per month, a substantial pay increase.
Rich people are more unethical and likely to cheat, break the law or plain behave badly towards other people, a new study has found
Originally posted by trollz
She lives in a 34-room mansion but makes the woman sleep in a closet.
She's rich as **** but doesn't even pay the woman a dollar an hour.
What kind of greed is this? If you have that much money, I mean at least pay her a reasonable wage, especially when it won't even put a tiny dent into your own finances.
As someone else said, send her to a North Korea labor camp.
Originally posted by TheOven
Story sounds like BS anyhow.
Originally posted by Rockpuck
Take her millions from her law suit, though she should be deported she probably won't.. either way, wherever she ends up, she'll have it made.
Are you serious?