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Billie Winner-Davis, Reality Winner's mother, told Business Insider on Tuesday that President Donald Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, is attempting legal representation to aid the former Air Force language analyst contractor and Kingsville native Reality Winner with her case.

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October 04, 2007



When Louise Ogborn volunteered to work late at McDonald's, she had no idea that her shift would turn into three hours of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse.

It was a shocking story and unbelievable surveillance video that riveted the nation. A young McDonald's employee humiliated, forced to strip and then to perform a sexual act in the back office, during her workday.

This horrifying ordeal changed one woman's life forever, and most recently put McDonald's on trial for their alleged failure to warn Louise Ogborn and other employees that a hoax caller was on the loose. Ogborn is seeking $200 million in damages, and the closely watched civil trial is now in the hands of a jury in Bullitt County, Ky.



But inside the back office, which had now become an interrogation room, Ogborn's protests fell on deaf ears.

She said, Well, they said it was a little girl that looked like you in a McDonald's uniform, so it had to be you.
It was Ogborn's word against the accusation of a man claiming to be a cop, and she was given a choice: submit to a search or be escorted to the police station.
Jason Bradley said they were telling him to do certain things and have her drop the apron. He would not have any part of it.



Within 15 minutes, Summers fiancé, Walter Nix, entered the office where Ogborn tugged at the small apron that barely covered her top and exposed her legs up to her buttocks.

Ogborn says she wanted to run, but that it would have been too humiliating to run through the restaurant naked.

Nix, a 43-year-old exterminator, began following the caller's commands, ordering Ogborn to drop her apron, bend over and stand on a chair.

Then as ridiculous as it sounds he told her to do jumping jacks to shake loose anything she might be hiding. Ogborn says that was just the beginning of two more hours of torment.

The demands became more and more bizarre. When Ogborn says that when she failed to address Nix as sir, the caller tells him to hit her violently on the buttocks over and over.

At one point in the video, Ogborn was spanked for almost 10 full minutes !

By the end, red welts could be seen on the woman's body.

I begged her every time she came in the room, Ogborn said. Get me out of here. Please get me out of here.

Ogborn says she even asked the assistant manager to call the police, but each time, she says, Summers told her, No, we are still waiting for the cop.

Summers denies Ogborn ever asked her to call the police or that the girl pleaded with her.

Ogborn says that after more than three hours of dehumanizing treatment, Nix again on the instructions of the caller forced Ogborn to perform a sexual act.

When Mount Washington Police Detective Buddy Stump arrived at the restaurant, he had Nix arrested and began the process of trying to figure out who the caller was.

It was only a month ago since McDonald's was in our news. We are going to republish this story when an employee is arrested serving a salty Hamburg !


On Sept 9th, a McDonald's worker in Union City, Ga., was arrested and jailed Thursday night for putting too much salt and pepper on a police officer's hamburger, MyFoxAtlanta reported Friday.

Kendra Bull was mixing hamburger meat when, she said, too much salt and pepper accidentally spilled into the bowl. Bull said her manager was working with her, and continued to make patties out of the meat. Bull grilled and ate one of the over-seasoned burgers for her dinner break and grilled the remaining burgers from the batch.

A police officer purchased one of the salty burgers and became sick. According to MyFoxAtlanta, the police accused Bull of purposely pouring the salt and pepper on the burger and charged her with reckless conduct. The police photographed the burger, took the sick cop to the hospital, and carted Bull off to jail.

Bull, who spent Thursday night in jail until she was released on a $1,000 signature bond Friday morning, admitted the burgers were too salty, but said she ate one from the batch and did not get sick. She also said that security cameras trained on the work area and grill will prove that the salt was spilled accidentally.

Bull's attorney, a public defender, asked the judge to dismiss the charges, but the judge refused.

Do you want to work at McDonalds now ???


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Blogger OS9USER posted on 5:15 PM, October 04, 2007

This time McDonalds went to far. I had a hard time swallowing the salter burger story, but this, is to much ! How can you strip your employee's ???

 


Anonymous Anonymous posted on 2:27 PM, October 05, 2007

You would not see me pull my pants down !

 


Blogger OS9USER posted on 9:42 AM, October 06, 2007

There are 6 million reasons why to ....

 


Blogger OS9USER posted on 11:46 PM, October 09, 2007

Video added 10/9/07 - Located on Youtube !!!

 


Blogger Francesca posted on 1:10 AM, October 21, 2007

DONNA SUMMERS IS THE BIGGEST MORON I'VE EVER SEEN.

 


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