REPORT: Workers Sue Bohemian Grove, Where Global Elites Do Weird Stuff


Kay Smythe News and Commentary Writer
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Three workers from the notorious Bohemian Grove have filed a class action lawsuit against the retreat for alleged labor violations, according to a report published Sunday.

Bohemian Grove is a secretive retreat somewhere in the depths of the Monte Rio woodland in California and run by a large group of globalist (though mostly American) elites, according to UPI. Rumors and stories of debauchery and corruption are almost synonymous with Bohemian Grove, so that’s why this story is a little bit strange.

Details of the alleged lawsuit are available on Justia, which suggests this whole thing is legitimate. The three workers, Anthony Gregg, Shawn Granger and Wallid Saad, allegedly worked as valets at the club, mostly at the Monastery Camp. In the suit, the three men claim workers are expected to work 15 hours per day, seven days a week, according to UPI.

They’re alleging this violates the U.S. Fair Labor Standards Act, as well as state-level laws in California.

“Bohemian Club is aware that camps are not legal entities, but their camps are employing valets to work off-the-clock and being paid under-the-table,” the lawsuit notes. (RELATED: A Host Of Cartoonish Bond Villains Are Deciding Your Fate From The Swiss Alps)

The three men also allege the camp and club forced them to hand wash the underwear of billionaires who frequent the club. It is unclear whether any of these three men are suicidal, as bringing a suit like this against a club like Bohemian Grove feels like a kamikaze mission.