the Singer Rasmus Seebach ended up in a tailspin, according to TV2 has put the spotlight on his estate in Frederiksberg.
yesterday the tv station reveal that the Seebachs company S & S Ejendomsinvest Aps has shot 17 million dollars in a property, which must be converted into seven separate apartments.
But the villa, according to the TV2 rebuilt of illegal foreign workers, working for less than 50 dollars per hour, and even under dangerous conditions. It shows the documents from the Inspectors, which TV2 has got access to.
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In January visited the labour inspectorate the villa and gave a number of strakspåbud to the Lithuanian contractor Tronas UAB, as Khan and his business partners have hired, due to the dangerous conditions in the workplace.
- the Developer must simply take some precautions and ensure that things are done properly. It trades both on salary, working conditions, working environment and so on, says Rasmus Kreutzmann, professional secretary in 3F in Valby, for TV2.
Now it turns out so, that they litauske craftsmen also worked illegally, writes TV2 in a new article.
According to them shows the documents from the Inspectors, to the seven Lithuanian craftsmen on site should have been registered in the so-called RUT register, before they began on the construction site. But when Inspectors visited the site in January, it was not happened.
RUT-the register is the Danish state's official register, to notify the foreign services.
the Director of Tronas UAB, mr mindaugas Kiskis, explains to TV 2 that he sometimes forgets to register its workers in the RUT, but otherwise no comments.
It is not the first time that Tronas UAB has been taken in to work illegally. In fact, it has happened six times since 2017.
the Rasmus Seebachs manager, Nicolaj Bundesen, according to TV2 does not desire to submit a contract, which according to him was to show that 'Rasmus has done its part to ensure orderly conditions.'
This is because, according to TV2 that he had quoted from it, and that TV2 was going to write on not to bring the story of Rasmus Seebach in order to be allowed to see the document.
'There is a contractually binding agreement with the subcontractor, ensure that all terms, conditions, and legislation on the project is met. If the subcontractor does not live up to its contractual commitments, cooperation will cease immediately', he writes in an sms to Ekstra Bladet.
'We will pity like to show the contract. TV2 has actively chosen not to see it, which is a strange way to do journalism on', sounds it also.
Ekstra Bladet has asked, whether it was not a requirement that the broadcaster does not need to bring the critical history, which Bundesen not yet have the answer to.
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It is not the first time that the 39-year-old pop singer is the protagonist in a case of underpaid labor.
In 2013, described the Magazine 3F how Jeter got his private villa at Frederiksberg, capable of Polish artisans with hourly wages, which also was under 50 dollars.
at that Time, he presented a construction contract, which showed that he had demanded that the work was going on collectively agreed terms, which he is according to TV2 would not have done in the pending case.