USA Today’s APP. quoted Attorney John Luke, Jr. regarding his clients’ case against Chili’s for discrimination under both federal and New Jersey State law. The two teenage females who worked at Chili’s stated they were groped, ogled and harassed by co-workers while the general manager did nothing.

“It was just a constant barrage of either comments or touching in a sexual context,” said John Luke, the girls’ Manhattan-based attorney. “The behavior never stopped and they were both forced to leave the job.”

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