Three More Former Employees Sue Boss Accused of Stun-Gunning an Employee in the Junk

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Screenshot of the company's website
Christopher Key seems to have set the ball rolling. Last week, his lawyer filed a lawsuit claiming his boss, Neil Chopra, at a Carrollton janitorial services company sexually harassed him by punching him in the testicles and, one time, stun-gunning him in the groin. On Monday, three more employees filed lawsuits against the company and Chopra.

In June 2012, an employee claims she was forced to quit because of how Chopra treated her. She claims he would comment on her breasts and butt, saying she had a "J-Lo ass" and asking, sarcastically, "Can you wear any tighter pants?" One time, while she was washing her hands in the company kitchen, Chopra snuck up behind her and placed his face inches away from her butt, she claims. When she told an administrator about her boss' actions, the administrator said "this is just the way it is" at the company.

Another employee claims Chopra made sexual advances toward him and used a stun gun on him, like he had used on Key. Twice, the man claims, Chopra sat on his lap while reaching for his crotch. Also, one time, while the man bent over to pick up a pen, Chopra grabbed his groin from behind and tried to stick his thumb or fingers up the man's anus, the man claims. The man eventually quit.

The third employee, who was fired from her job as company secretary in December 2012 after reporting Chopra's behavior, claims Chopra humiliated her at the office. During a meeting with all male employees, she claims, Chopra made her sit on the floor while the men sat at the table. Then, a client called, and Chopra answered, pretending to be her and suggesting a sexual encounter.

On another occasion, she claims, Chopra threw candy at her while she sat at her desk, as if she were a stripper. The woman began to pick up the candy, but Chopra dumped a container of shredded paper on her head. Then, she claims, Chopra squirted a white liquid from a tube on her face and made moaning sounds.

All three former employees also claim the company knew about Chopra's actions and failed to put an end to it. The three are represented by the same law firm.

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hottymic1
hottymic1

Well, all this will be heard in court, but really shouldn't the journalist be held accountable for spreading vicious, scandalous, slanderous allocations that have to be proven.  What if someone decided they didn't like you for some hater's reason and went on a campaign to defame and slander your good name?   IT NEEDS TO BE PROVEN!!! And lets see perjury gets people put in jail.  Countersuit.... takes all your worldly goods. But if you have nothing to lose and everything to gain, why wouldn't you get on this kind of campaign?? OPPORTUNITIST!!! Which in this case isn't a good thing!!! PROVE IT!!! and good luck with that.


noblefurrtexas
noblefurrtexas

There are clearly assault charges arising from these encounters, and Chopra needs to be fired and hauled into court. 


If the company knew about this jerk, and did nothing about it, the company is liable to be sued and possibly go out of business from the costs and the court-assessed penalties.

buddyw
buddyw

If my boss hit me with a stun gun, I wouldn't even talk to management until I had called the police and filed assault charges.

Myrna.Minkoff-Katz
Myrna.Minkoff-Katz topcommenter

The company website reads thus:


About Neil Chopra

With over 12 years of experience in the janitorial industry, Neil Chopra has held roles in sales, operations and general management for several local companies. Although his skills are equally strong in all disciplines, his true passion is in operations, where he excels in proactively identifying sub-par cleaning regimes and finding corrective solutions. Neil's customer service focus and relationship with his customers have enabled the company to continue to grow year after year.


We conduct our business with the highest ethical and moral standards. Our leadership team is always first in setting the right example and ensuring our staff understands our expectations.


Myrna.Minkoff-Katz
Myrna.Minkoff-Katz topcommenter

The perverted pig should be locked away for a long time.  I still can't believe the ninnies on this comment board that said they would tolerate such atrocious abuse.  Kergo was the only one with a spine.

hottymic1
hottymic1

@buddyw

You are the only commentator on this site that makes any sense.  Really why wouldn't this guy go to the police? Only after what?? did he get fired? oh wait he quit...really??

Myrna.Minkoff-Katz
Myrna.Minkoff-Katz topcommenter

@buddyw Good idea.  Go into convulsions, then lie still on the floor.  Let them call 911, then press charges for assault and battery.

secretburrito
secretburrito

@Myrna.Minkoff-Katz 

What a freakin' crock of shit!  Hopefully that will be used against him & the company in court.  Wished I could be on the jury.

TheCredibleHulk
TheCredibleHulk topcommenter

@Myrna.Minkoff-Katz

Whoa. "Proactively identifying sub-par cleaning regimes . . ."

Mad-skillz, yo. Probably difficult if not impossible to replace a valuable asset like that.

hottymic1
hottymic1

@Myrna.Minkoff-Katz

Myrna, really, do you know Neil??  Based on the allocations, he should be called names, and locked away??   PROVE IT!!! PROVE IT...innocent until proven guilty...isn't this AMERICA???  

TheRuddSki
TheRuddSki topcommenter

@TheCredibleHulk

Whoa. "Proactively identifying sub-par cleaning regimes . . ."

I did this constantly with my kids, now they're much neater than me.

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