A dance club is about as fun as it gets, but that’s not the only thing the club is missing when it’s losing its cool.
A new lawsuit against the owners of the club in the Orlando area shows the club isn’t the only one to be losing its temper at the end of a night out.
The suit was filed against the Orange County Dance Club and its owner, Billy Club, alleging that the club failed to pay overtime wages to its dancers and staff for a number of months between August and October of this year.
According to the lawsuit, the club lost its “federal minimum wage, overtime pay and other benefits.”
The lawsuit also says that the owners “failed to properly maintain and operate” the club.
According to the suit, the dance club lost approximately $2,500 in overtime pay, overtime wage, and other unpaid wages between August 2016 and January 2017.
The suit also claims that the dance company failed to keep up with the pace of changes in the club’s business and to adequately provide for the “well-being” of its dancers, staff and guests.
The Orange County District Attorney’s Office declined to comment on the lawsuit or the lawsuit’s details.
However, in a statement provided to Fox News, Billing Club President Steve Schuhlman says that, “As an independent company, we have a fiduciary duty to provide the club with a stable, safe, and comfortable experience for our members.
We are pleased that the court dismissed this case, but are evaluating our options for the future.”
The Orange-Osceola Dance Club is located in the same complex as the club that was recently hit by a fire that burned down several neighboring buildings.