A Burger King sex case has finally been settled, after a 17-year-old employee of the company had accused her boss of sexual harassment.
According to AOL Jobs, a young woman was excited to work at Burger King in hopes of earning extra money and doing a good job.
Instead, what she received was unwanted advances from her married boss.
“Her older married supervisor allegedly followed her around, touched her, asked her about her virginity, told her to have sex with him and other male employees, and asked how much that would cost,” writes Claire Gordon of AOL.
Now, Burger King is paying up to make the sexual harassment case disappear.
In fact, the young woman will receive $150,000 from Burger King.
This certainly isn’t the first time the popular fast food chain has been entrenched in controversy. In early 2012, Burger King and Mary J. Blige took a public hit when they were both accused of perpetuating negative black stereotypes.
Many were upset that Mary, an African American singer, was singing the praises of a sandwich that featured “crispy chicken” meat.