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Sample Federal Complaint

Sample Federal Complaint

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Published by Reydel Sonny Santos
A sample federal torts complaint
A sample federal torts complaint

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Published by: Reydel Sonny Santos on Aug 06, 2013
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COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
COALITION TO ABOLISH SLAVERY & TRAFFICKING5042 WILSHIRE Boulevard, SUITE 586LOS ANGELES, CA 90036Telephone: (213) 385-5584Attorneys for Plaintiff XXX
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTCENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
XXX,Plaintiff,v.XXX; XXX, all individually and dba,and DOES 1 through 10, inclusive,Defendants.]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]CASE NO.COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGESJURY TRIAL DEMANDED1. Involuntary Servitude2. Violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act3. Violation of the California Labor Code4. False Imprisonment5. Invasion of Privacy6. Fraud7. Assault8. Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress9. Negligent Infliction of EmotionalDistress10. Negligent Supervision11. Negligence Per SePlaintiff alleges as follows:
 
COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
[JURISDICTION AND VENUE]1.Jurisdiction is conferred on this Court by Section 16(b) of the FaiLabor Standards Act, 29 U.S.C. § 216(b) and 28 U.S.C. §§ 1331, 1337, and 1350.Supplemental jurisdiction over Plaintiff’s claims under California law is conferred by 28 U.S.C. § 1367. Venue is proper in the Central District of California becauseall the Defendants reside in this district, and because a substantial part of the eventsand omissions giving rise to the Plaintiff’s claims occurred in this district.[INTRODUCTION]2.This is an action for damages arising out of a system involuntaryservitude which deprived Plaintiff of the most basic rights guaranteed by theUnited States and California Constitutions and statutory law. Plaintiff is adomestic worker whom Defendants confined for over two years inside their residence in Northridge, California. The system of involuntary servitude to whichPlaintiff was subjected violated the Thirteenth Amendment to the United StatesConstitution, Article 1, § 6 of the California Constitution, the compensationrequirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, 29 U.S.C. § 206,
et seq
.(“FLSA”), and various provisions of the California Labor Code (“Labor Code”).The system also gave rise to causes of action for false imprisonment, invasion of  privacy, fraud, assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligentinfliction of emotional distress, negligent supervision, and negligence per se.Plaintiff seeks damages to remedy these egregious violations of her rights.[PARTIES]3.Plaintiff, XXX, is a resident of Los Angeles County,California. Plaintiff’s signature on this complaint constitutes her written consent to
 
COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
 become a party to this action filed pursuant to FLSA § 16(b), 29 U.S.C. § 216(b).4. Plaintiff was employed as a domestic worker by the followingDefendants: XXX, XXX (“Individual Defendants”), and Doe Defendants (“Does”)1-10, inclusive.5.Defendants XXX and XXX are residents of LosAngeles County, California.6.Plaintiff is ignorant of the true names and capacities of Defendantssued herein as Does 1-10, inclusive, and therefore sues these Defendants by suchfictitious names and capacities. Plaintiff will amend this complaint to allege theitrue names and capacities when ascertained. Plaintiff is informed and believes andon that basis alleges that each fictitiously-named Defendant is responsible in somemanner for the occurrences herein alleged, and that Plaintiff’s injuries were proximately caused by the conduct of such Defendant.7.All of the Defendants, including the Doe Defendants, are alleged to be co-conspirators with each other, in that each agreed to participate and participated in the furtherance of the objective of a civil wrong as alleged in thisComplaint.8.Plaintiff is informed and believes and thereupon alleges that eachDefendant entered into a conspiracy and agreement with the other Defendantsand/or subsequently joined said conspiracy and ratified the prior acts and conductof the Defendants who had previously entered into said conspiracy. Plaintiff iscurrently unaware of when each Defendant joined said conspiracy and, uponinformation and belief, alleges that all Defendants have knowingly, maliciously,and willfully entered into said conspiracy, which continues until this day. The

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