At least six contributors to HispanoSano.com may sue parent company Sana Health Group for $15,935 of unpaid work.
Romenesko has the announcement.
The six journalists, Carlos Martínez, Lauren Villagran, Anabelle Garay, Lolbé Corona, Amber Bauer, and Raquel Ruiz said in the statement that the $16,000 represents 19 articles, which are still displayed on the site, as well as months of editorial work.
The founder and co-owner, who contracted each freelancer, has “continuously failed to make good on promises to deliver payment. Collectively, the editor and writers wish to alert the public of the debt owed.”
Ms. Adams did not respond immediately to a request for comment but when we hear from her we will update this post.
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