Exotic dancers sue Foxx Tails Gentleman's Club

Updated: Sep. 13, 2016 at 2:54 PM CDT
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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Dancers are suing Foxx Tails Gentlemen's Club and its owner, Gail Rodgers, for failure to pay a minimum wage and being forced to split their tips.

According to court documents, Foxx Tails knowingly failed to classify the dancers as employees to avoid paying them minimum wage.

The dancers are also claiming that they were forced to split their tips that they earned from patrons with non-tipped employees, including bouncers, housemothers and disc jockeys.

Court documents state that the dancers were both employed by Foxx Tails in late 2015, and are both residences of Madison County. The Court documents also state that they are filing the lawsuit on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated.

A similar lawsuit was filed recently against Vision Gentlemen's Club where former dancers claimed that they were required to also split their tips or be fired.

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