Muslim sisters to reveal culture of drugs, porn at Londons top broker firm

November 13th, 2008 - 4:17 pm ICT by ANI  

London, Nov 13 (ANI): Two Muslim twin sisters, who won 10 million pound pay-off from Londons top securities firm, have planned to make sensational claims about a culture of drugs, hookers, porn and strip clubs.

Samira and Hanan Fariad, 31, had made more than 200 sensational claims like top brokers used cocaine, and subjected them to unbearable levels of race and religious discrimination. They are also set to say that staff regularly took clients to a lap-dance club

They alleged that former bosses at Tradition Securities and Futures turned a blind eye to the deplorable behaviour, The Sun reported.

The twins agreed the payout with Tradition Securities and Futures this week in Britains biggest job compensation deal.

The settlement came days after the start of the case, which was expected to last 11 weeks. It would have been the longest tribunal case in UK history.

Paul Goulding, QC for Tradition, had earlier told Central London Employment Tribunal about a conversation between Samira and a supporter recorded at the Paris Ritz.

He said the twin had vowed: My sister and me are taking this case all the way. It will come out before it goes to court that there are drugs and prostitution within Tradition. That will hurt them big time.

Goulding said the French twins planned to claim that staff regularly took clients to a lap-dancing club on business and talked about it the next day at their desk and on the phone.

The sisters were also preparing to say that staff viewed porn at their desks and openly discussed sex. And they have claimed that one of the sisters had to send a photo of herself to a client to secure a deal done.

In addition, they claimed Jewish clients were taken away from them and said bosses transferred these clients to non-Muslims during their two years as brokers.

The sisters, who held hands during tribunal hearings, were on 50,000 pound-a-year salaries but earned in six figures with commission.

The twins quit the company in November 2006 saying they could no longer work there. All the staff they claimed were behind the discrimination have also since left the firm.

The French-owned company denies all the allegations, which can be reported after a media gagging order was lifted. Tradition fought unsuccessfully for the gagging order to remain in place. (ANI)

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