NEWARK (CN) - When a teen-age worker complained that her manager at Burger King sexually harassed her repeatedly, including sending her sexually explicit text messages late at night, a Burger King human relations supervisor responded by telling her "that she did not know what 'real' sexual harassment was," the teen-ager says in Essex County Court.
Irine Turner says she was fired for complaining when the harassment continued.
She sued Burger King; Mark Jean, the manager who allegedly harassed her; and Barbara Thompson, the HR supervisor who allegedly blew off her complaints.
Turner is represented by Michael Kane of Westfield, N.J.
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