Noel Cintron, who was Trump’s personal driver for 25 years, filed a complaint in the Manhattan Supreme Court alleging the Trump Organization owed him back pay for approximately 3,300 overtime hours accrued over the past six years—the furthest back for which he’s allowed to sue, due to statues of limitations. Cintron also claims he was denied payment for work done on holidays and vacations. He is asking for upwards of $200,000, but notably is not suing the president himself—just Trump Organization and Trump Tower Commercial LLC.
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