You gotta pay the cost to be the boss. Snoop Dogg’s former bodyguards are suing him for $3 million, claiming they were overworked and underpaid. Torrey Mitchell, Donnel Murray and Ryan Turk, have filed suit against Beach City Music, the accounting firm Gerber & Co., their supervisor Al Gittens and Snoop Dogg (real name Calvin Broadus), in a Superior Court, alleging violations of California labor laws.
The plaintiffs say they were fired in early 2014 after they complained to Snoop about their working conditions. The trio claimed their responsibilities included running errands for Snoop and his family. Also included on their to-do list was transporting the Dogg-father to “recording studios, clubs, concerts, red carpet affairs, and his separate apartment used for entertaining his many female acquaintances.”