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Yes... and it is true.
A woman in South Africa alleges that her boss dismissed her for choosing her clients and for spending time with her boyfriend who did not pay for her services, according to the South African Press Association.
The first court, in 2004, heard the case but dismissed it because of the nature of the work involved.
Prostitution is illegal in South Africa and the judge at the court said he was not sure whether a person engaged in illegal activity could challenge a dismissal in court.
The girl, who was fired in 2003 after working for ten years at Brigitte's Massage Parlour, has since found different work. She has spent seven years seeking justice over the dismissal, but several previous courts have refused to hear the case.
Wim Trengove, the girl's lawyer, said the case was simply about unfair dismissal - not whether sex work should be legalised.
~The South African Press Association; 2010
Next question... Can a cam model sue her boss or the cam sites for spammers and failure to "protect" her room?
I would say YES because according to the contract that CGU has obtained, it states that "we, make every effort to keep your chat room free from spammers, ads, rude individuals and other circumstances that would prevent you, , from performing your job..."
The only legal roadblock there is the words "make every effort". But I do see where this can be argued efffectively.
"Only one thing is impossible for God: To find any sense in any copyright law on the planet." ~ Mark Twain