For five years, the manager of J&J Cafeteria in Conway effectively enslaved Chris Smith forcing him to work at the restaurant more than 100 hours per week without pay, according to court documents.
For the first 19 years of his employment, when the restaurant was owned and managed by different members of the Edwards family, Smith was paid for his work.
However, in 2009, when Bobby Edwards took over the management, Edwards moved Smith into an apartment attached to the restaurant and forced him…Read More.
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