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Friday, November 21, 2008

Stripper Kimberlee Ouwroulis files age discrimination suit with Strip Club she had to dance with terrorists in the front row Mississauga Canada


Kimberlee Ouwroulis photo above.....

Barbara Sanderson, an adult dancer, has come forward to file a human rights complaint against the owner of the 'New Locomotion' Mississauga strip club, alleging she too was fired because of her age.  "I was earning my way and given every indication that I was doing a great job until they canned me." Barbara Sanderson, 45, a (very attractive) divorced mother who lives in the area of Hurontario St. and Bristol Rd. with her two teenaged children, is the second person to complain to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario in recent weeks about John Sit (from Hong Kong), owner of the New Locomotion Strip Club on Matheson Blvd. Both she and Kimberlee Ouwroulis, 44, say they were fired from the club because they were too old. Dancers work as independent contractors and take home all the tips they earn, which can hit $500 to $800 or more for an eight-hour shift. But they also often must pay the clubs a fee — as much as $100 on a busy weekend night — to use the stages and more $$ to get use of the VIP rooms.
 


Kimberlee Ouwroulis worked at several of John Sit's 4 Strip Clubs over the last 4 years, she was last working at the 'New Locomotion Strip Club' with Sanderson, who had worked for John sit for seven months, when in June 2008, club owner John Sit fired them on June 6 and June 13, respectively. Both were shocked, as neither had any problems at work previously. Sanderson said the manager had even written a letter of reference to help her get a mortgage a month before the firing. The letter said she was “an ideal employee with a great future at the club.” PRIOR NEWS ARTICLE ABOUT JOHN SIT; 74 people were charged with more than 90 criminal code offences following the 10 p.m. raids at two Brampton strip clubs - the Million Dollar Saloon on Torbram Rd. and the Cannonball Tavern on Advance Blvd. - and at the Cabaret-Locomotion Tavern (New Locomotion now) on Eglinton Ave. E. in Mississauga. Police also charged four people with drug offences for possession and trafficking of marijuana and cocaine. Police say all three clubs are owned by John Sit, 56, of Woodbridge. Kimberlee Ouwroulis, is a very young 44, and she is a very attractive and very 'healthy' woman, she would grace the dance floor of any 'Strip Club', but not in Terrorist Dominated Mississauga (Toronto)


Kimberlee Ouwroulis doesn't believe her age should be a roadblock to success. So, the 44-year-old adult dancer from Stoufville has filed a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, alleging the owner (John Sit, from Hong Kong) of a Mississauga strip club fired her because she was too old. "He told me that the club is going in a new direction with younger girls," Ouwroulis said. "That's age discrimination to me." The complaint, filed Sept. 16 to the tribunal, alleges that John Sit, owner of the New Locomotion Strip Club on Matheson Blvd., got rid of Ouwroulis back on June 6 because of her age.


TERRORIST MEETINGS IN THE NEW LOCOMOTION STRIP CLUB IN MISSISSAUGA ? FOLLOWING IS AN E-MAIL REPLY FROM Kimberlee Ouwroulis;
Hello Mr. Warner; What you said about the area is true; re: to terrorists; there were time when I thought that there were meetings going on within our club, the Midway Invader; and reported it to manager and doorman to keep an eye. You were correct with the area in your article; there are many many mosques in that area; even as you approach the bars you can see lots of them.
 
Mr. Sit owns 4 bars. The New Locomotion Strip club is one of four strip clubs run by "The Cabaret Group" in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. I worked at Midway Invader in Mississauga; in 06 and 05 which is Mr. Sits bar. That is where I thought that there was 'meetings' going on. I suspected myself that something wasn't right about the way the group of Muslim men was acting. Remember I have no idea if those men I saw were any that were actually arrested. I did complain to people about what I saw, managers, and friends etc.,

The Toronto human rights complaint filed also names other dancers/strippers as witnesses, and Ouwroulis said they, too, are preparing human rights complaints against the owner, John Sit.


The normal procedure in "Strip Clubs" is for the girls to pay the Club, the Manager and the DJ a fee to dance in the Club, the 'Tip Out' money (every day) could range from $30.00 for the day girls to $100.00 for the night girls.


 
Entry to the VIP rooms of Strip Clubs requires additional fees from the girls/dancers and sometimes requires sexual favors for the Manager. The girls/dancers in the 'Strip clubs' have no rights now; not like in the 80's & early 90's when they would get get PAID for their work...not them paying the 'strip club' like pimps.


What you needed to do in the club is, go on the stage for three songs, dance, and come down from the stage and walk around in a bikini or whatever, and ask guys if they want you to dance for them. Go into the VIP room and give them a personal dance. Twenty dollars was the fee for one song, and that's how you made your money, basically. …other sevices, extra.


Kimberlee Ouwroulis, who did not perform the extrs services, goes by the stage name Kristy, she has been dancing for four years. She worked at Locomotion for most of those four years and is now employed at a Pickering-area strip club. The Tribunal's mandate is to resolve applications brought under the Ontario Human Rights Code. Kimberlee Ouwroulis will be seeking close to $100,000 in her application. She said she earned close to $8,000 a month while at Locomotion and was one of the hardest-working and most-liked employees. "I was the older girl but the girl who looked great," she said. "I was never in trouble at work. I've never been reprimanded. I don't have a criminal record ... I am just a professional worker who takes dancing very seriously." See pole dancing video below, typical of what is required in the 'Strip Clubs' of the girls.


POLE DANCING 'STRIP CLUBS'
Because girls were going on stage; the muslim men were sitting there; in a circle and not even moving there heads toward the stage. I watched them for a long time; they were oblivious to the fact that they were in a club; when It was my turn to go up on stage...i looked down; and again they never tried to watch any dancers at all...very very strange....they ordered drinks...not alcohol because there were bottles of water; and then they left of course without speaking to any girls....also I told other girls to watch them....!


-I noticed groups..like I said before...of muslim men that caused me suspician...I told the manager at the time and door man.
-I noticed it again the following week...same time same place....that is when I told the manager; after having seen it the 2nd time..
-I spoke to some girls about it...
-I told people in my private life about the posibility of them having meetins in the bar.
-knowing that it would be next to impossible to prove. but knowing that the other terrorists who blew up new york city met in vegas at strip club....I wasn't ruling out that this could be 'activity' and I was watching it...quietly...with concern........

Kimberlee Ouwroulis
On June 28 2001, Mohamed Atta arrived at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas to meet with the three other pilots. He rented a Chevrolet Malibu from an Alamo Rent A Car agency. It is not known where he stayed that night, but on the 29th he registered at the EconoLodge at 1150 South Las Vegas Boulevard. Atta traveled twice to Las Vegas on "surveillance flights" rehearsing how the 9/11 attacks would be carried out. Other hijackers traveled to Las Vegas at different times in the summer of 2001. Some reportedly drank alcohol, gambled, and paid strippers to perform lap dances for them.


Bill Warner
Private Investigator
www.wbipi.com