Suspected Gilgo Beach serial killer Rex Heuermann owes thousands of dollars in stolen wages from employees at his Manhattan architecture firm, according to a new lawsuit filed by the state Department of Labor.
Heuermann and his firm, RH Consultants & Associates, owe employees nearly seventy thousand dollars in unpaid wages and fines dating back several years, according to the lawsuit.
Heuermann was first ordered to pay back wages in January 2021, more than two years before he was arrested and charged with murdering three women found at Gilgo Beach on Long Island’s south shore in 2010. He paid back $16,385 before getting arrested, but still owes a balance of $68,560.84, according to the Labor Department.
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