Northern Michigan: Newsmakers Apr. 11, 2009

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Traverse City Record-Eagle:

A former disc jockey who contends he was harassed, abused and underpaid by a local radio station owner filed a lawsuit. Daniel S. Harrell, also known as Dan Stevens, worked as a disc jockey, production manager and sales person for WLDR-FM 101.9 "Sunny Country" from October 2007 until December, according to his suit. The suit names station owner Roy Henderson and several radio companies that "share authority" over the station, said Harrell's attorney, Jeff Jocks. The suit alleges Henderson "on a regular and systematic basis, and without provocation, harassed, insulted, assaulted, battered, demeaned, enslaved and violated" Harrell throughout his course of employment. Threats and assaults made on Harrell by Henderson "created in him a well-founded and continuing fear of imminent peril," according to the suit... Ex-DJ suing station owner, radio companies (Sat, 4/11)

 

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