Three female employees of the Crazy Horse Steak House in New Oxford will share $40,750 for harassment allegedly committed by owner Nicholas Mavros. The women claimed Mavros commented on their breasts, asked what color underwear they were wearing, invited them to come to a motel to have sex, touched them against their wishes and even put his hands down an employee’s pants.
The Crazy Horse also must publish a discrimination and harassment policy, which it did not have at the time of the alleged incidents, provide annual anti-discrimination training to managers and supervisors, and implement reporting procedures.
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