Another day, another lawsuit filed against a former chef reality show participant. But while we've seen abuse-related lawsuits before, this one...wow. This one is pretty freaking intense.
A new lawsuit alleges that a NY cafe owner discriminated heavily against...well, pretty much everyone, and in some pretty creatively screwed-up ways. I figured we'd go a couple weeks without anyone making César Ramirez look like a decent human being by comparison. I was so very wrong.
César Ramirez, executive chef of the three-Michelin-starred Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare in New York City, apparently really doesn't like Asians, and treated them so terribly that several of his former sous chefs and servers are now suing the hell out of him for it.
Chef Anthony Paris, a winner of the Food Network's reality contest "Chopped," is being sued by a former cook for firing him while he was on Family Medical Leave after the stroke (and subsequent death) of his spouse of 17 years.
Last night's premiere of Horrible Bosses saw some tastefully dressed celebrities—with the exception of Jennifer Aniston's toe ring.
The R-rated comedy Horrible Bosses — which hits theaters in July — features three men plotting to kill their three assholish supervisors. One of said bosses is a woman, played by Jennifer Aniston, who is sexually harassing her employee (played by Charlie Day). Aniston's character is a dentist who molests and sexually…
After enduring her crappy boss for too long, Jenny quit. But rather than give two weeks notice, she went big. Is she for real, or just a meme? Not sure, but either way she's an inspiration to us all.