The Obon Festival concluded with the traditional lantern lighting ceremony in the frog pond in Como Park. Teriana Jones, who worked as a stripper at Cruisin' Chubbys Gentlemen's Club in Wisconsin Dells, filed a federal class action lawsuit in alleging club managers required dancers to share tips to such an extent that dancers weren't paid minimum wage or overtime. The class includes about dancers. The club and the strippers filed a proposed settlement Tuesday. Home All Sections Search. Log In Welcome, User.
Teriana Jones, who worked as a stripper at Cruisin' Chubbys Gentleman's Club, filed a class action lawsuit in federal court last week alleging club management required dancers to share tips to such an extent that dancers weren't paid minimum wage or overtime. Attorney Justin Peterson, who is representing Jones, says workers were treated as independent contractors rather than employees to avoid proper compensation. Jones filed the lawsuit on behalf of all current dancers and dancers employed by the club in the past three years. If the court rules in their favor the dancer could be paid double damages, meaning twice the amount they were originally owed. Peterson told News 3 he is confident in the outcome.