Exotic Dancers Hit Miami Club With Overtime Suit

By Jeff Sistrunk (May 22, 2014, 7:14 PM EDT) -- A Florida strip club was hit with a proposed collective action in federal court on Wednesday by exotic dancers who claim they were stiffed on wages and overtime in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act — two years after the club's parent company reached a $1.55 million settlement in a similar suit in Georgia.

Six adult entertainers who work at Miami-based gentleman's club King of Diamonds sued the club, parent company Galardi South Enterprises Consulting Inc. and various executives and managers, asserting that they have been mischaracterized as independent contractors so that the defendants can deny them regular wages and...

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