2 hotel bartenders say female boss sexually harassed them

In a newly filed sexual discrimination suit, two bartenders at the Hilton Minneapolis claim a supervisor bragged about having sex with customers, made sexual advances to them while they were working and retaliated when they spurned her, the Pioneer Press reports.
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Two bartenders at the Hilton Minneapolis say a former supervisor used to boast about her goal of making "The 50 States Club," or having sex with residents of every state in the nation, the Pioneer Press reports. But that was hardly the end of it.

In a newly filed sexual discrimination suit, two bartenders at the Hilton Minneapolis claim a supervisor bragged about having sex with customers, made sexual advances to them while they were working and retaliated when they spurned her, newspaper reports.

It was two years ago when Hilton quietly settled another lawsuit that stemmed from an alleged drunken sex orgy involving hotel employees.

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