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Nayelis Baldino and Summer Beaulieu say in their Salem Superior Court lawsuit that their dancing in the nude when they worked at the Cabaret between and is part of the club's regular course of business, and they should not have been classified as independent contractors.
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Find out what's happening in Peabody with free, real-time updates from Patch. A settlement is likely, and could prove costly to Zhi, who purchased the Cabaret in Judges has consistently agreed with Dishman's arguments against clubs that classify dancers as independent contractors.
The Cabaret dictated what outfits they wore on stage and fined them for missing or coming late to work.
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Let's go! Dancers, the lawsuit says, only received tips, a portion of which went to pay a nightly house fee and were shared with the DJ. According to the lawsuit, Cabaret Enterprises Inc. David Dishman, who represents Baldino and Beauliue, has filed similar lawsuits against other strip clubs, including Revere's Squire Lounge in the Golden Banana in Both of those were settled out of court, according to court documents.