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Two separate lawsuits, by separate men, who never worked as co-employees, or held jobs during concurrent time periods, alleging the same female boss fired them, when they refused to have sex with her. Both the plaintiffs of the separate lawsuits, Kevin Elliot and Travis Wilson have retained the same law firm to represent them in their complaints filed against Massage Envy Atascocita last week. Both men are seeking damages, reimbursements for lost wages, and compensation for emotional pain, mental anguish and inconvenience.

According to the flow of events depicted in court documents, Elliot worked as a Licensed Massage Therapist at Massage Envy Atascocita, and was one of their highest paid employees, when in August 2011, La ‘Crystal Kelly joined as the Clinic Administrator.

  
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According to Elliot’s lawsuit, “Shortly after Kelly was hired, she began to make inappropriate advances of a sexual nature toward Elliot and made several requests for Elliot to date Kelly.”

The plaint further reads, “On several occasions, Kelly massaged Elliot’s shoulders and rubbed his clothes in an inappropriate area …”

Elliot was uncomfortable with Kelly’s advances and he told her that he had a girlfriend and not to bother him. On September 1, 2011, Kelly terminated Elliot, within three weeks of joining office.

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The company asserts that Elliot had resigned from his position, but court documents state, “Elliot never resigned from his employment with Kelly. Rather, as outlined in the court documents, Elliot was terminated because he refused Kelly’s sexual advances toward him, in violation with the Texas Commission on Human Rights Act.”

Wilson, who filed the second lawsuit against Kelly, alleged that after Elliot was fired, he was interviewed by Kelly for filling the vacancy.



Wilson’s lawsuit reads, “Within one hour of being interviewed, Kelly sent a personal text message to Wilson informing him that she wanted to keep in touch with him privately.”

Wilson got the job on Oct 31, one month after Elliot was fired. He started to work and during the first few days he exchanged numerous text messages of a sexual nature with his boss, Kelly.

However, Wilson informed Kelly that he was hesitant to take things further as it would be confusing work with personal life, but Kelly assured him that it won’t be an issue.

According to Wilson, soon after, a personal relation started between him and his boss, but it started getting out of hand.

The lawsuit claims that in November 2011, Kelly repeatedly appeared in Wilson’s workroom and in front of clients asked him to kiss her, hug her, and repeatedly pressed herself against Wilson. When Wilson objected, Kelly told him that she was “running the show.” Then Wilson decided to terminate their personal relationship. When he submitted his two-week resignation, he was informed that he had been terminated with immediate effect.

Fearing for his job, Wilson patched up with Kelly on Nov 11, and Kelly told that he would be placed back on his schedule from Nov. 15.

Kelly kept his word and Wilson had his job back, but by December, he was sure that the personal relationship wouldn’t work out. On that day, he worked on his normal shift and after work went to pick up some personal belongings from Kelly. However, Kelly became upset and violent and Wilson had to call 911.

On the next day, Wilson was suspended from his job followed later with termination.

Wilson’s lawsuit mentions, “the reasons given for Wilson’s termination are false. Wilson was terminated because he refused to have a sexual relationship with Kelly in violation of the Texas Labor Code.”



 

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