US media reported that former employees who worked for the family of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan have filed criminal lawsuits against them and their subsidiaries.
NBC confirmed Wednesday that those two suits were filed last month in the San Francisco County Superior Court by former employee Mia King and another unnamed former employee who has been named in court filings by the recovered name “John Doe.”
In turn, Business Insider reported that the former employees took legal action on September 20.
NBC Business Insider confirmed that King, a black and LGBT woman, worked between May 2018 and February 2019 for Limitless Specialty Services LLC, which provided security services to Zuckerberg and Chan.
As for John Doe, he worked from January 2017 until March 2019 as the “Director of Home Affairs” for the founder of Facebook and his wife.
According to NBC, the two lawsuits held companies belonging to the Zuckerberg family responsible for acts of harassment and discrimination at the hands of their employees, and accused Zuckerberg and Chan of not paying wages.
The lawsuit does not include Facebook itself.
Source: NBC + Business Insider
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