Jack Terzi allegedly forced Sultan to work 12-hour days, Monday through Friday, and 26 Sundays a year
Sultan claims he was regularly referred to as a ‘f**king idiot,’ a ‘lowlife’ and a ‘piece of s**t’.
But, as well as claiming that he was verbally abused, Sultan says he was ‘physically assaulted’, bitten, and had a shoe, scissors and a stapler hurled at him, the suit says.
On one occasion, Terzi 'urinated on a garment which belonged to [Sultan] in front of third persons,' and, on another, 'poured shavings' on to his employee's breakfast.
The suit alleges that Terzi 'sneezed in plaintiff’s face in a contemptuous fashion on multiple occasions.'
Sultan is seeking $129,320 in unpaid wages and commission and $5million in damages. He is also asking for a four-year non-compete agreement which he was forced to sign to be declared void.
This agreement prevented him for working for another real estate agency for four years.
But Terzi’s lawyer has denied the allegations, claiming that Sultan is a disgruntled employee who stole confidential information from the company to start his own business.