Olsen Twins' Ex-Business Manager Sued By Former Employee

Law360, New York (May 7, 2012, 1:25 PM EDT) -- The man who monetized the Olsen twins' rise to stardom was sued Friday in California state court by a woman who says he fired her after she complained of being forced to work long hours without receiving overtime pay.

Terina L. Morris said that Robert Thorne and his “celebrity licensing and branding company” forced her to work more than 350 hours over the course of a three-week-long period that culminated in a grueling European production shoot that left her mentally and physically exhausted — and out...
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