Four women sue popular Sushi Den for sexual harassment, discrimination

DENVER - Four woman have filed a class-action suit against the popular Denver restaurant Sushi Den, claiming sexual harassment and discrimination, according to the Denver Post.

The federal class-action complaint was filed Thursday with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against Sushi Den and Izakaya Den.

According to the complaint, female employees at the restaurants located at 1487 S. Pearl St. are sexually harassed by male employees, passed over for promotions and consistently insulted by the owner in front of customers.

One of the owners allegedly tells female employees they are not as smart as the males and that women lack "common sense," according to the complaint.

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