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Monday January 22nd 2018



Montana medical marijuana boss accused of workplace bullying

Jason Christ, the founder of Montana Caregivers Network, a traveling medical marijuana clinic business, is being sued by three former employees for wrongful discharge.

In their complaint, the three former employees mentioned an ongoing criminal investigation of Montana Caregivers Network, and they are accusing Christ of misconduct such as using Montana Caregivers Network funds for personal expenses and driving a company van while smoking marijuana.

According to the Great Falls Tribune:

 The lawsuit filed by Tiffany Klang, John Phillips and Nicole Harrington said Christ was verbally abusive to employees and created a hostile work environment that forced the three to quit their jobs on June 18. They are seeking back wages and punitive damages.

The employees “were exposed to unbearable working conditions, they were directed to participate in actions that were unlawful and they were directed to engage in unethical business practices directed against physicians and others,” the lawsuit alleges.


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