Lawsuit of the Day: McDonald’s Turned Me Into a Hooker

“Would you like fries with that? No? How about a blow job?”

Don’t get too excited, guys. Oral sex hasn’t made it to the Dollar Menu just yet. Instead, we have news of a woman who’s filed a lawsuit against McDonald’s, alleging that the billion-dollar burger bordello played a part in turning her into a prostitute.

Let’s check out the allegations, and find out whether this woman’s milkshake does, in fact, bring all the boys to the yard….

 

Shelley Lynn has sued McDonald’s, along with her ex-husband, Keith Handley, and his restaurant company, Ivernia, in federal court in California. She claims that she met her ex while working the counter at McDonald’s, but that she was soon forced into working the corner.

In this story, Handley plays the part of the evil pimp, and Lynn plays the part of the hooker with a heart of gold Golden Arches. Handley, Lynn’s former boss at McDonald’s, convinced her that the best way to spread her wealth was to start spreading her legs. Ba-da-ba-ba-baaa… Handley was lovin’ it.

Lynn soon became the “top booker” at brothel near Las Vegas, where she once had to have sex with 12 men in one night. So where does McDonald’s come into play? Courthouse News Service has more info:

According to Lynn’s complaint, McDonald’s “failed to conduct a due diligence into the moral character of Handley when it sold franchises to him.”

She claims McDonald’s “failed to properly supervise and train Handley, as a direct result of which Handley used his position as an employer and conspired with his corporation Ivernia to coerce and bribe two of Ivernia’s employees to make false statements against Lynn during Handley’s dissolution and to suppress relevant evidence he had disclosed about himself … . Handley also engaged in pimping operations out of the McDonald’s franchises he owned,” according to the complaint.

Lynn is seeking lost wages, special damages, compensatory damages and punitive damages for sex trafficking, negligent retention and supervision of franchisees, and racketeering.

And now we all get to wonder what’s really in their “special sauce.”

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