One of the former <a data-cke-opgeslagen-href=”https://www.foxnews.com/category/travel/vacation-destinations/new-york-city” < a href=”https://www.foxnews.com/category/travel/vacation-destinations/new-york-city” target=”_blank”>New York</a> the employee, under the Blasio’s administration, which recently pleaded guilty to a heinous child pornography crimes, is suing the city for non-payment of wages and salaries
As a former New York City employee to be under the Blasio’s administration, which recently pleaded guilty to a heinous child pornography crimes, is suing the city for non-payment of wages and salaries.
Jacob Schwartz, 31, was working as a computer programming analyst) with the city’s Department of Design and Construction, and claims that he was often paid in “comp time,” and when he had worked hours of overtime instead of cash payment. He was arrested in march of 2017, after police found more than 3,000 child pornography images and 89 videos on his computer, with some victims as young as 6 months of age.
Schwartz is now suing the city and claims that he is owed more than $18,000. His father was Arthur Schwartz, a lawyer and long-time district leader for the Manhattan neighborhood of Greenwich Village. The elder Schwartz was prosecuted in a number of cases in which labor rights have been called into question, was the representative of the Transport Workers’ Union of America, at the New York City Transit Authority (fsa).
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In regards to his son, in the case of the city, he told the New York Post: “They owed him money, and he tried for two years to get paid.”
Arthur Schwartz filed the lawsuit on behalf of his son, in the Manhattan Federal Court. A law department spokesman said the city will review the Draft of the agreement.
Before they were arrested Jacob Schwartz, was president of the Manhattan Young Democrats and the downstate regional vice-president of the New York State Democratic party. Both groups have been driven out of him, after the shocking allegations against him were brought to light.
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Last month, Schwartz pleaded guilty to charges of promoting a sexual performance by a child as part of a plea deal for one of up to three years in prison.
He has since been released on a $7,500 cash bail until his sentencing on July 2.