Ex-waitress accuses Princess Hotel official of sexual harassment

-company denies claims

A former waitress has alleged that she was a victim of sexual harassment at the Princess Hotel, which is denying the claim and has signalled its intention to move to the court for damages over the harm being caused to its reputation.

The young woman, 18, has said that she was sexually harassed by a man she was told was the establishment’s owner. And, she told reporters at a news conference on Monday, while she made a report to the police and sought advice at the chambers of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), she was told there is not enough evidence to substantiate her claims.

However, attorneys Sase Gunraj and Ramona Vansluytman-Sukull, speaking on the behalf of the Princess Hotel yesterday, said that the hotel is not owned by one specific individual. They said the hotel is owned by a local company, Georgetown Investment and Manage-ment Services Inc. (GIMS Inc.), which has …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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