Being a personal assistant can be humbling work: fetching coffee, scheduling appointments, carefully monitoring and responding to the swinging moods of your boss. But the former assistant of a New York real estate broker claims that his working conditions were downright abusive, from brutal fines to bodily fluids, reports New York's Daily News. In a lawsuit filed with the state Supreme Court, he's seeking over $5 million in damages.
Jack Terzi hired Albert Sultan, 24, soon after Terzi founded his company in 2009. A seven-year veteran of the industry at that point, Terzi (pictured above) was known as brash and risk-taking. After all, he started his own firm, JTRE, as the housing market was imploding.