Turns out at least FOUR employees sued Pasadena firm that forced Scientology on them - 2016-03-14

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F347.png Turns out at least FOUR employees sued Pasadena firm that forced Scientology on them March 14, 2016, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

The WISE logo In December, we told you about a lawsuit filed by a woman named Annie R. Lee against a Pasadena company, Lusida Rubber Products, after she claimed she was fired for refusing to take Scientology courses forced on her by her employer.

Last week, an L.A. website reported that Lusida had filed a motion hoping to end the lawsuit and force Lee into binding arbitration, which is a common tactic used by the Church of Scientology itself against its former members.

Now, we've learned that Lee's isn't the only lawsuit filed recently by former Lusida employees, and that Lusida successfully forced the others to drop their suit in favor of arbitration. And we also now have a copy of the employment contract that Lee signed when she went to work at the company, and we think you'll be surprised to read some of its terms.

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{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Turns out at least FOUR employees sued Pasadena firm that forced Scientology on them | url = https://tonyortega.org/2016/03/14/turns-out-at-least-four-employees-sued-pasadena-firm-that-forced-scientology-on-them/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = March 14, 2016 | accessdate = August 21, 2017 }}