San Antonio strip club terminated barkeep after she became pregnant, government claim affirms
Sara Soto affirms San Antonio Men's Club terminated her from her occupation as a barkeep in May 2019 after she became pregnant. She's suing the club for business segregation.
A San Antonio strip club is confronting a claim asserting it abused government law by terminating a barkeep after she became pregnant.
San Antonio Men's Club is blamed for abusing Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which was revised in 1978 to restrict sex segregation based on pregnancy - a condition the barkeep says she was told was not viable with the "dream" the club sells.
Offended party Sara Soto, 31, is looking for vague monetary harms that incorporate past and future lost pay and advantages. She likewise needs compensatory harms, including for mental agony and torment and enduring, and correctional harms.
Iraklis Kouroumousis and Theodore Dimopoulos, proprietors of 35 Bar and Grill, which carries on with work as San Antonio Men's Club, didn't react to a solicitation for input Monday. They presently can't seem to record a solution to the claim documented Thursday in U.S. Locale Court in San Antonio.
The club, at 8422 Interchange Parkway on the Northeast Side, recruited Soto as a server in 2017 preceding elevating her to barkeep the following year.
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In mid 2019, Soto informed the club's then-head supervisor that she was pregnant.
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