Female Hilton Hotel boss sued for sexually harassing male employees

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By: Sarah Weiss 

In a lawsuit, male employees of a Hilton Hotel, are accusing the female boss of sexually harassing them.

Two employees at the luxurious Hilton Minneapolis claim their supervisor boasted of having sex with clients, made sexual advances at them at work and retaliated when they refused.

The boss "openly bragged about her goal of making 'The United States 50 Club’", which involves having sex with residents of all states of the nation, the employees charged in the sexual discrimination suit.

Three former employees sued the hotel in 2008 after they said they discovered the members of senior management of the hotel taking part in an orgy in a banquet room.

The workers said they were fired or faced retaliation for reporting the alleged harassment incident and other incidents. Hilton denied the allegations but settled the suits after 15 months. The terms of the agreement are confidential.

The latest lawsuit was filed in Hennepin County District Court by employees Paul Welter, 41, and Joshua Brehmer, 24. Hilton, and former supervisor Danielle Rodgers were named as defendants.