In addition to the unpaid overtime, Cintron claims the Trump Organization failed to provide annual wage notices as required by NY law.
"In an utterly callous display of unwarranted privilege and entitlement and without even a minimal sense of noblesse oblige", Trump and his businesses exploited the driver, Cintron says in the complaint. Great, right? Well, Noel says he got another raise in 2010, but this time Trump pulled a fast one on him. His last documented raise was in 2010 when his salary was bumped up from $68,000 to $75,000.
"Once the facts come out we expect to be fully vindicated in court", the spokesperson said.
Chauffeur Noel Cintron filed a lawsuit against the Trump Organization in the NY state court on Monday morning, seeking compensation for "thousands of hours" of allegedly unpaid overtime. However, Cintron has worked for Trump for the past 25 years and is unable to sue for all of his missing overtime pay, due to the statute of limitations.
Cintron's lawsuit said he has only received two pay raises from Trump since 2003.
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'They said, 'If you go on your wife's health insurance benefits, ' " then the Trump Organization would give Cintron a $7,000 raise, Hutcher said.
A representative didn't answer a question about whether Cintron was still employed there; his suit says he's now a security staffer.
In 2010 he was given his second raise, to $75,000 - but on condition of surrendering his health benefits, which Mr Cintron alleges saved the Organization almost $18,000 per year. Just past year, a supply company claimed they were never paid for paint that was used to re-paint Trump's luxury golf resort.
Cintron is suing for about $350,000, Hutcher said, which would cover the unpaid wages, penalties, interest and attorneys' fees.
Cintron claims in the lawsuit, which also names Trump Tower Commercial LLC as a defendant, that he worked between 50 and 55 hours weekly beginning at 7 a.m. five days per week until the Secret Service took over Trump's driving responsibilities, according to the Daily News. Cintron is the latest on a long list of unpaid employees and contractors whom Trump refuses to pay, despite his self-proclaimed billionaire status.