The X-rated antics at this New Jersey debt relief company would make even “The Wolf of Wall Street” blush — but when the office’s human resources director tried to put a stop to the shenanigans, she was fired, a new lawsuit charges.
Seven owners and managers of American Funding Group, Corporate Bailout and related companies ran their office like a frat house on steroids, rewarding female workers who played along — sometimes in the middle of the office — with bonuses, gifts and access to the corporate credit card, according to the suit filed Thursday.
The papers said the Tinton Falls office was “so sexually aggressive, morally repulsive, and unlawfully hostile that it is rivaled only by the businesses portrayed in the films ‘Boiler Room’ and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street.’”
In one raunchy example of the alleged debauchery, owner Mark Mancino and manager Michael Hamill were described as regularly summoning a female sales representative to a private office by shouting out, “Wendy — get your t-ts in here.”
Once she was inside the office, Hamill and Mancino could be heard taking turns “motorboating” her breasts, the Middlesex County lawsuit said.
In a footnote, the court papers describe the lewd act as “placing one’s face in the area between a woman’s breasts and blowing onto her skin while rapidly shaking one’s head, thereby creating a sound similar to that of an outboard boat motor.”
Hamill “regularly and repeatedly” commented on the woman’s breasts with comments like, “Wendy, bring your t-ts back over here” and “Who hasn’t seen Wendy’s t-ts?,” according to the suit.
Reached at the office Thursday, the worker, Wendy, whose last name is being withheld by The Post, declined to comment before telling a reporter to leave the offices “immediately.”
Source: New York Post