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Woman Sues McDonald’s, Alleging the Food Chain is Responsible for Her Being Forced Into a Life of Prostitution

Posted in Case Updates, Hostile Work Environment

A woman, claiming her ex-husband, a McDonald’s franchise owner, forced her into a life of prostitution while she was working at McDonald’s, has sued the food chain for “Negligent Retention and Supervision of Franchises.”  Shelley Lynn v. Keith Handley, Inc., McDonald’s USA, United States District Court, Central District of California, Case No. CV 12-02140. Plaintiff… Continue Reading