LISA Vanderpump looked like she didn’t have a care in the world as she lunched at her own restaurant on Wednesday.
The 59-year-old reality television star – who has had a difficult couple of weeks – was glamorous as ever as she joined Lance Bass at Villa Blanca in West Hollywood, California.
Lisa Vanderpump looked like she didn’t have a care in the world as she lunched at her own restaurant on Wednesday[/caption]
She was dressed head to toe in black and added some bling on the clasp of her designer handbag.
N-SYNC star Bass, 40, kept it casual in an olive green bomber jacket and mirrored sunglasses.
They were joined by her cute pet Pomeranian, Puffy.
She joked on Instagram that her dog is her best friend, as she captioned a snap with Bass, “Lunch with the BFF…..and @lancebass. @villablancabh.”
The 59-year-old reality television star – who has had a difficult couple of weeks – was glamorous as ever as she joined Lance Bass at Villa Blanca in West Hollywood, California[/caption]
It comes as the Real Housewives alum is being sued by a former employee for allegedly “not paying wages” or “providing meal breaks.”
The class action lawsuit was filed by Adam Pierce Antoine on December 16, on behalf of himself as well as a number of other former employees, according to Page Six.
It accuses Vanderpump and her husband Ken Todd of violating a number of California labor laws – something Antoine claims has gone on for at least 4 years.
Vanderpump – who owns the famed West Hollywood, California restaurants SUR, Villa Blanca, Tom Tom, and Pump — has failed to “pay wages, including overtime wages,” alleges the court documents.
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Antoine claims that when restaurant staffers worked over 8 or 12 hours in a work day or more than 40 hours in a workweek they were not properly compensated and accuses Vanderpump of “manipulating or editing time records to show lesser hours than actually worked.”
Antoine also accuses Vanderpump of not paying minimum wages for hours that were worked off the clock, during training or when an employee was on call.
The lawsuit comes after a Ferrari crashed into the patio area of PUMP, earlier this month.
Lisa made light of the crash, tweeting: ““No. We are not a Drive-Thru. Thank God no one was hurt,”
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