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Tele Pay USA, a nationwide phone sex purveyor, was hit with a class-action lawsuit in federal court this week alleging it cheated one employee and potentially hundreds of others out of compensation.
On Tuesday, a Tele Pay phone sex worker named Anne Cannon filed a complaint on behalf of herself and her counterparts in the U. District Court for the Central District of California.
Plaintiffs’ attorney Brian Mahany told Law.com, per the , that this suit may be the first to allege unpaid wages for sex-talk workers.
She’s worked there since 2008, fielding calls on sex chat lines.
She says the company, which is based in Glendale, Calif., engaged in a “pattern of intentional manipulation and exploitation” to siphon off workers’ earnings, paying them as little as .20 per hour, in violation of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.
The suit alleges that Tele Pay uses “Draconian measures” to withhold pay from its workers, by including calls that never end up being verified as being from customers — such as prank calls and silent calls — in the workers’ call average.
Furthermore, the suit claims the company makes it tough for workers to keep track of their call lengths and that workers don’t receive overtime compensation.