By// Mariah Craddick
In the suit, Duncan says that Usher hired her in December 2010 as a part-time nanny but that she often worked more than 40 hours a week. She says she expressed her dissatisfaction with her pay to Usher in 2011 but he allegedly ignored her complaints.
Duncan is now suing for six figures for wrongful termination, failure to pay wages, and more.
According to TMZ, a source connected with the singer claims this is a “frivolous lawsuit and all the allegations made by the former nanny are completely false.”