EEOC Says It Needn't Fork Over More Docs To Strip Club

By Carolina Bolado (May 14, 2018, 5:51 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission told a Florida federal court Friday that a strip club already has the available income information for a bartender applicant it allegedly discriminated against for being male and it is trying to compel more documents as a distraction.

The EEOC said it has provided all nonprivileged responsive documents in its possession to Sammy's Gentlemen's Club in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, regarding bartender James Sharp's tax documents and other information that is "proportional to the needs of this case."

"Defendant's requests for information from EEOC have been improper, sloppy and not proportional to the needs of...

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