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The parents of Paris Hilton, Kathy and Rick Hilton, claim that their former housekeeper has stolen from them

EXCLUSIVE: Paris Hilton’s heir parents fight former resident housekeeper who claims that the multi-millionaire “did not pay her overtime or gave her meal breaks” and she said she had stolen from them

  • Kathy and Rick Hilton fight back against their former resident housekeeper after she sues them
  • The wealthy couple demands that the lawsuit of housekeeper Isabel Reina Gonzalez Hernandez be rejected
  • Hernandez filed a lawsuit last summer and claimed that the Hiltons had not provided her required meal breaks or had paid her overtime
  • Hernandez has filed a claim for damages in excess of $ 25,000 plus attorney fees
  • They deny the allegations and now accuse her of stealing their house

The parents of Paris Hilton demand that the lawsuit filed by their former housekeeper be rejected and now accuse the woman of stealing their house, DailyMail.com can reveal.

Kathy and Rick Hilton, worth a reported $ 300 million, submitted their response to the lawsuit filed by their former housekeeper Isabel Reina Gonzalez Hernandez last summer.

They deny Hernandez’s allegations that they did not provide her required meal breaks or paid her overtime.

According to court documents obtained by DailyMail.com, the couple say that if the court finds that they owe their former employee anything, this should be compensated by “theft of defendant’s home items.”

The parents of Paris Hilton, Kathy and Rick Hilton, fight back against their former resident housekeeper after she has sued them

The parents of Paris Hilton, Kathy and Rick Hilton, fight back against their former resident housekeeper after she has sued them

The wealthy couple demands that the lawsuit of housekeeper Isabel Reina Gonzalez Hernandez be rejected

The wealthy couple demands that the lawsuit of housekeeper Isabel Reina Gonzalez Hernandez be rejected

The wealthy couple demands that the lawsuit of housekeeper Isabel Reina Gonzalez Hernandez be rejected

Last summer, Hernandez filed a lawsuit in which her employers were accused of not paying the required overtime hours, not providing the required meal and rest times and unfair commercial practices.

Hernandez filed a lawsuit last summer and claimed that the Hiltons had not provided her required meal breaks or had paid her overtime

Hernandez filed a lawsuit last summer and claimed that the Hiltons had not provided her required meal breaks or had paid her overtime

Hernandez filed a lawsuit last summer and claimed that the Hiltons had not provided her required meal breaks or had paid her overtime

She was hired as a housekeeper and had to receive a weekly salary. Hernandez claims that she has worked overtime but has not been paid for it.

According to the Labor Act, resident employees cannot work for more than 12 consecutive hours in a 24-hour period and are mandatory breaks.

But Hernandez said she worked more than 12 consecutive hours for the Hiltons, without getting the three hours of free time.

Sometimes she claims that she worked more than 10 hours during each work period without getting a second meal break.

Hernandez, who worked for the family for at least four years, also claims that she worked more than five days a week without a day off.

On the sixth and seventh day that Hernandez claims she was working, she said she had never received the required overtime.

The lawsuit states that the Hiltons ‘knowingly and intentionally’ fail to provide Hernandez with accurate payment statements.

Hernandez has filed a claim for damages in excess of $ 25,000 plus attorney fees.

Hernandez has filed a claim for damages in excess of $ 25,000 plus attorney fees. The Hiltons deny the accusations and now accuse her of stealing their house

Hernandez has filed a claim for damages in excess of $ 25,000 plus attorney fees. The Hiltons deny the accusations and now accuse her of stealing their house

Hernandez has filed a claim for damages in excess of $ 25,000 plus attorney fees. The Hiltons deny the accusations and now accuse her of stealing their house

Kathy and Rick Hilton deny all claims made by Hernandez and say she has received all the income, allowances, wages and salaries “to which she was once entitled.”

They ask that the trial be rejected.

According to court documents filed in Los Angeles, the couple is “entitled to full and / or partial compensation for every cause cited in the complaint.”

They believe that the amount must be determined on a trial basis “in whole or in part” based on alleged theft from their home.

Kathy and Rick claim that the lawsuit must be ruled out by the “doctrine of unclean hands,” which means that they believe that Hernandez had no reason to file against them for acting unethically or acting in bad faith.

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