Restaurant owner agrees to pay $240,000 settlement to 11 accusers



The Attorney General in New York has played it up a settlement with the restaurant owned by a celebrity chef accused of sexual misconduct the owner of the spotted pig agreed to pay two hundred forty thousand dollars to nearly a dozen former employees who accused him of what the New York attorney general's office called severe and pervasive unwanted touching and unwelcome sexual advances since two thousand for the investigation found the spotted pig an owner can free been violated human rights laws by subjecting female employees to sexually explicit comments and gestures the attorney general's office is still investigating Mario Batali a former investor in the spotted pig who's been accused of groping employees and a third floor party room Aron Kader ski ABC

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