Noel Cintron, the former personal driver to the current United States president, Donald John Trump is reportedly suing Trump Organization for over 3,200 hours of outstanding payment of overtime, vacation hours, holiday and in damages which makes a total of $200,000, according to the reports from Bloomberg.
However, Noel is reportedly not the first person to sue Trump Organization for unpaid or overdue payments to people who have already done the job and totally failed to compensate them. For instance, in 2017, Trump’s Golf Resorts was ordered by court to pay $32,000 for failing to pay one of the companies that delivered paint which was used to style up the property.
Noel’s lawyer, Larry Hutcher said Trump clearly self-proclaimed that he’s the champion of working men and women, but we don’t see any truth in that.
Noel, 59, declares that he didn’t receive a significant raise in the last twelve years, and that by the time he received a salary increment in the year 2010, he just gave up on his health insurance and saved president Donald Trump about $17,866 annually in premiums, according to the court proceedings .
Noel has chauffeured as Donald Trump’s personal driver until the Secret Service came in control.
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