Employee says she was fired for refusing rough sex with the boss

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Maybe she thought having rough sex with her boss would land her on Santa's "naughty" list. Amanda Reyes, a 26-year-old former employee of Fantastic Kids Toys in New York City, filed a lawsuit claiming Steven Reis fired her when she tried to end their 50 Shades-like sex relationship, reports the New York Daily News.

The woman's complaint, filed Friday, said she was "forced" to engage in "increasing acts of 'rough' sexual activities, including hitting, slapping and biting," the report said.

The boss promoted her from $10-per-hour wage slave to store manager and sex slave, at a salary of $60,000, when the hanky-panky began back in March, according to the lawsuit cited by the newspaper.

Reis also allegedly paid Reyes' rent and other expenses.

Reyes claims she was fired on Aug. 29 after she tried to end the relationship. Reyes was not reached by the paper for comment, and Reis declined to comment.

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