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Lawsuit Against Owner Of Bond No. 9 Perfume Alleging Racism Dropped

NEW YORK - DECEMBER 19: Laurice Rahme signs bottles of her Bond No. 9 perfume for the 'Ultimate NY Gift' at Saks Fifth Avenue on December 19, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for Bond No. 9)

NEW YORK - DECEMBER 19: Laurice Rahme signs bottles of her Bond No. 9 perfume for the 'Ultimate NY Gift' at Saks Fifth Avenue on December 19, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for Bond No. 9)  (2009 Getty Images)

The lawsuit against the owner of the Bond No. 9 perfume brand –alleging she made racist remarks toward dark-skinned customers – has been dropped by two former employees along with another suit for alleged non-payment of wages.

Veronica Robledo and Karin Widmann demanded $3 million for claiming Bond No. 9 owner Laurice Rahme violated their civil rights by firing them after they spoke out against her racist behavior.

But the lawsuit was recently dropped and there was no monetary out-of-court settlement.

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