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The lawsuit says that Hernandez "suffered damages in the amount of approximately $28,015," and that Martinez "suffered damages in the amount of approximately $5,812" in overtime alone.On top of that, they say the Korean barbecue didn't pay minimum wage for "split shifts." Their lawyers, David A. Lipeles wrote that their clients "seek to enforce important rights affecting the public interest." They continue: "The prompt payment of overtime is a fundamental public policy." They're asking for the money they say they're due, plus punitive damages — money assessed to punish the restaurant and its owners for what the lawyers allege is unlawful behavior.
Laura Prepon had a reunion with her “That ’70s Show” cast mate Danny Masterson over dinner at The Monarch Room Friday.The “Orange Is the New Black” star was seated next to Masterson in a banquette where they chatted all night.A fellow diner said, “They seemed to enjoy seeing each other.” Laura dated Danny’s brother Christopher Masterson for seven years until 2007.Also at their table: Jessica Szohr, Jordan Masterson, Adam Busch and Jessica Stam.This may be a reason actors shouldn't invest in restaurants.Two former employees of the celebrity-owned Shin BBQ are suing the Hollywood restaurant, which is backed by several stars of the big and small screen.
They are accusing the restaurant of failing to pay overtime, failing to pay for rest periods, failing to pay for meal periods and failing to pay minimum wage, as well as for unfair competition and violating the fair labor standards act.
The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court Tuesday, lists "Law Abiding Citizen" star Gerard Butler, "That '70s Show" stars Laura Prepon and Danny Masterson and "Malcolm in the Middle" actor Chris Masterson as owners of Shin BBQ.
Owner Simon Shin also is being sued, along with music producer Mark Ronson and Steve Aoki.
Gilberto Hernandez, a former cook, and Eder Martinez, a former dishwasher, claim they were treated badly.
They say they worked more than eight hours per day and more than 40 hours per week, but didn't get overtime.
"As a general rule," the lawsuit says, Hernandez and Martinez "were not permitted to take a 10-minute rest break in the morning and a 10-minute rest break in the afternoon," nor were they allowed to take a half-hour off for meals every five hours.