Monster Energy

Brent Hamilton was let go after allegedly sending sexually explicit texts to a co-worker. He's still awaiting trial for allegedly strangling a woman.
They're fighting back against Monster Energy for sexual harassment, wrongful termination, and hostile work environment.
HuffPost's reporting revealed text messages in which he called a female employee a "whore."
The women say they were bullied, harassed and even assaulted. They're out of work, but the men who allegedly behaved badly? They still have jobs.
You'll be surprised how few of them actually supply energy.
By the way, here's a little mental health advice: If you're ever feeling that enraged, sit down, take some deep breaths, and
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