Five current and former Hooters workers filed suit Tuesday in Sacramento County Superior Court on behalf of a proposed class of nonmanager employees in five Central Valley franchises.

The complaint claims the restaurant chain workers were improperly forced to share tips with managers and to buy their own uniforms, among other alleged wage-and-hour violations. The workers are represented by Oakland solo Burton Boltuch and Morris Baller of Oakland’s Goldstein, Demchak, Baller, Borgen & Dardarian.

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