McFadden’s Executive Arrested On Sex Crime Warrant

ASSOCIATED PRESS: Harry Hayman, director of operations for the two McFadden’s Bars in Philadelphia, has been arrested on a warrant from charging him with sexually abusing employees at bars he owned there, officials said today. Hayman, 42,  [NOT pictured, right] was picked on Tuesday up by Philadelphia police and U.S. marshals and, according to Philadelphia court records, released this morning after posting $15,000 bail. After a half-dozen employees of Hayman’s bar and grill in Glendale, Ariz., complained about his behavior in April, he reportedly has refused all attempts by police or prosecutors to talk to him. A Maricopa County grand jury returned a warrant charging him with three counts of sexual abuse, six counts of indecent exposure, three counts of public sexual indecency, and eight counts of assault last month. MORE

PREVIOUSLY: A Philadelphia bar actively discriminates against black patrons and employees, banning drinkers who wear baggy clothes and forcing black workers into behind-the-scenes jobs, according to a lawsuit filed by an attorney who moonlights there as a bartender. In a class action lawsuit against McFadden’s Restaurant and Saloon, lawyers for bartender Michael Bolden said they have obtained e-mails and text messages in which managers discuss ways to limit the number of black patrons. MORE

PREVIOUSLY: McFadden’s Saloon Settles Racial Discrimination Suit

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