The server in the Philadelphia Club's private file has filed a lawsuit alleging that the boss has sexually harassed her and that he would use the code & # 39; are you ready? & # 39; to other staff members to have sex with them in a storage cupboard
- Munirah Lowery filed a lawsuit against the exclusive Pyramid Club in Philadelphia last week
- She claims that chef Nicholas Cassidy was sexually harassed when she started as a banquet server in March 2017
- Lowery accused Cassidy of making & # 39; inappropriate comments & # 39; about her appearance when he was her supervisor
- She also claims that Cassidy once pushed his stiff penis against her and that he reportedly had sex with servers in a storage room
Munirah Lowery filed a lawsuit against Philadelphia & # 39; s Pyramid Club last week claiming that they were doing nothing to stop the alleged sexual harassment of Chief Nicholas Cassidy
A former server at a private club in Philadelphia has claimed that she was sexually harassed by the chef and claims he would use the code & # 39; are you ready? & # 39; to other staff members to indicate that he wanted to have sex with them in a storage cupboard.
Munirah Lowery filed a lawsuit against the exclusive Pyramid Club last week because they did nothing to stop Chef Nicholas Cassidy because they needed someone to run the kitchen.
Lowery, hired as a banquet server in March 2017, claims that Cassidy & # 39; inappropriate comments & # 39; made about her appearance when he was her supervisor.
She also claims that he asked her: & # 39; Are you ready? & # 39; in April last year, according to the complaint obtained by the Philly Inquirer.
Lowery claims that Cassidy indicated that the expression meant that he wanted to go to the store and have sex.
She rejected his proposal, but was too scared to complain because she was afraid of retaliation.
Lowery claims that she has heard him ask the same sentence from other female servers on different occasions.
The server also claims that Cassidy once approached her when her back was turned in a back room of the club.
Lowery, who was hired as a banquet server at the exclusive Pyramid Club in March 2017, claims that Cassidy & # 39; inappropriate comments & # 39; made about her appearance when he was her supervisor
The lawsuit filed last week claims that the Pyramid Club did nothing to stop the alleged sexual harassment because they needed someone to run the kitchen
She claims that the chef pressed his stiff penis against her body and let his hands slide down her thighs.
Lowery said she left the room but was afraid to report the incident to the then general manager because he was familiar with Cassidy.
Instead, Lowery said she told her night director who in turn reported it to the general manager.
The trial says the general manager brought Cassidy to a bar to discuss the allegations, but the chief denied everything.
Lowery claims that the club's HR department told her that the incident would be investigated and that he would be fired after admitting that he had sexual contact with other servers.
The lawsuit states that when Lowery later inquired why Cassidy was still employed, she was told: "We need someone to run the kitchen."
Lowery filed a complaint in July 2018 about the harassment of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission.
She said she was terminated in March this year after the EEOC confirmed that it was in its rights to sue the Pyramid Club.
Cassidy stopped working at the private club last summer.
Neither he nor the club has commented on Lowery & # 39; s lawsuit.
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