The already lengthy legal docket for embattled Uber Technologies Inc. is only continuing to grow, it seems. Three female engineers—two former employees and one current—filed a lawsuit in California court Tuesday alleging unequal pay at the company.

Ingrid Avendaño, Roxana del Toro Lopez and Ana Medina claim in their suit, filed in San Francisco Superior Court, that they were paid less than their male counterparts working in similar roles.

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