Atlanta Stripper’s Lawsuit Claims She Was Fired For Being Pregnant

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And in February, the civil complaint claims, when a manger learned Berry was pregnant, the manager told a subordinate to “put (Berry) in the book since this is her last day to work.”

According to University of Georgia law professor Ronald Carlson, the dancers may have a legitimate case: “These very interesting claims will turn on whether dancers Berry and Newby can convince a judge that they were ‘employees.’ Cutting in their favor is the fact that the club established parameters for their conduct, including fines for late arrival and regulation of attire. This suggests a lack of independent status on the dancer’s part.”

But Pin Ups also has some factors working in their favor, according to Carlson:

“One of those will be the fact that no wages were ever paid,” Carlson said. “To the average citizen, if a company is not paying you a salary, you are not an employee.”

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