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Martina McBride and husband John McBride have lost a retaliation lawsuit filed by a former employee of one of them, who claimed to have the pair treated unfairly for their users.
Richard Hanson filed the suit, citing discrimination against the country singer and her recording engineer husband, in June 2018, with the claim that they fired him, hours after he worried about how the duo dealt with their users.
The court documents from last week show that a jury would side with Hanson, the search for the Mcbride’s, and their studio is in debt by axing Center after he reported the abuse to the Department of Labor, and the Taste of the Country, have been reported.
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The decision of the jury awarded Hanson $100,000 in damages, $59,000 in back pay and $59,000 in damages, according to the report.
Hanson’s lawyer, Brian Winfrey, together with a statement to Fox News after his victory.
“Mr. Hanson’s commitment to justice had been long and hard-fought. Mr. Hanson is very pleased that John McBride and Blackbird Studios were to be found liable for the violation of his federally protected rights. I have to marvel at it’s Rich Hanson’s courage in standing up for what is right, and the judgment of the court judgment sends a strong signal that the jury was to be with him.”
As a sales representative for the Mcbride’s, do not immediately react to Fox News’ request for comment.
In the original complaint, obtained by Fox News, Spector claimed that She and John were hired unpaid interns to do menial tasks such as cleaning the bathroom and shopping for groceries.
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Hanson, who was Charlie, the operations manager from 2012 to 2017, and ran the company’s internship program, John has been accused of giving the two apprentices a gun and ask them to check on a possible intruder at the couple’s home.
“One of the students, who did not know or have training on how to safely work with a gun, a loaded gun, for the execution of it security related job,” Hanson claimed.
At the time, the country singer denied the claims to The Tennessean.
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Martina McBride and her husband were accused of making students perform menial tasks at their recording studio.
(The Associated Press)
“Blackbird Studios”, in cooperation with the Department of Labor, and they found this claim was not supported by the facts. John and I will have to have a culture on the Blackbird is that it is family-friendly, and the support of everyone who walks through the doors,” the statement read.