Crime Watch host, Ian Alleyne has responded to claims by a former employee who alleges that he was wrongfully fired and received a reduced salary without prior notice.
According to a viral video which was done by the former employee – he was fired for complaining about his salary being cut after he made several errands for Ian.
The employee claims $500 was taken from his salary and he was left to take home $4,000.00, after he put gas in the company car as well as made other errands for the Crime Watch host.
The former employee also claims that his salary was deducted for days he missed – which he says took place because he was locked out of his home – allegedly because his house keys were in the Crime Watch studio office and he had to sleep in the company car.
Ian later responded by saying all the allegations made by the employee are not true and that the worker was hired on a temporary basis.