The Oklahoma attorney general reached an agreement with a Miami restaurant owner accused of sexual harassment.
It's the first time since the 70s that the A.G. has pursued a case under the Oklahoma Anti-Discrimination Act.
Three waitresses at the Chinese Chef's Buffet accused Yun Chang of groping them and making suggestive comments to them on several occasions.
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They said when they reported him, he retaliated by cutting their hours and even offered two of them $1,000 each to drop the case.
If Chang follows the agreement for five years, the A.G. will dismiss the case.