Conway, SC (WorkersCompensation.com) – A restaurant manager pled guilty this week to physically abusing a mentally challenged employee, and forcing him to work 100-hour weeks without pay.
According to CNN, Bobby Paul Edwards, 53, would use physical violence, threats and intimidation to control John Christopher Smith (JCS), an employee at J&J Cafeteria.
“He would beat me with belts and all that,” Smith told WMBF in 2015 when charges were filed against Edwards. “Take ...
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