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Apparently, Humphries is getting rid of all those issues surrounding him and his mother involving his former assistant, Tracy Paradise.
According to recent news reports, the sports’ star has denied all the allegations set against him in the employment termination lawsuit previously filed by Paradise in Hennepin County, Minnesota.
Court documents have revealed that Paradise is suing the basketball player for wrongful termination. In her lawsuit, she claimed that she and Humphries entered into a one-year contract of employment, in which the sport’s star agreed to pay her $75,000.00 and housing costs in exchange of her service as personal assistant in February, 2012. In September, 2012, she was axed from her job.
In addition, Paradise also accused Humphries’ mom of stealing some of her belongings which include a mountain bike, whistler’s mug, and a magic bullet blender.
Therefore, Humphries strikes back at his former assistant, claiming that Paradise was never a contracted employee and that should only be paid for hours worked. Also, he stated that he fired her because she refused to relocate to New York for his job. He further reiterated that the former assistant’s personal belongings were not returned to her due to his busy schedule.
Pursuing such wrongful termination claim without assistance of an experienced lawyer could likely undermine and compromise your chances at obtaining the rightful compensation. Therefore, a California wrongful termination lawyer highly recommends having the best legal assistance and representation you could ever have.