Restuarant Owner Charged With Slavery

by LA Times
March 27, 2015

An Indian national who was employed at a Valencia restaurant endured three years of slavery — including regular beatings — and was so scared of his boss that he feared for his life if he ever tried to escape, authorities said Wednesday.

The victim’s boss, 47-year-old Pardeep Kumar, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of human trafficking and holding a person in involuntary servitude, said Los Angeles County sheriff’s Capt. Merrill Ladenheim.

The victim, a 55-year-old man whose identity was not released, came to the U.S. three years ago to work as a chef at Tandoori Grill, Ladenheim said.

After confiscating the chef’s passport, Kumar beat his employee with a 2-foot-long piece of steel and a 3-foot-long metal mop handle, Ladenheim said.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • bill wingard says:

    Turns out these new slaves are pretty easy going, just beat them daily with the mop & they’ll be only too glad to hang around and work for free!

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