INDIANAPOLIS, June 11 (UPI) -- A second lawsuit has raised more racist treatment allegations against a former manager of two Chuck E. Cheese restaurants in Indianapolis, officials say.
In the most recent suit, three African-American families charge they took their children to two restaurants for birthday parties and former manager Ken McGill, who worked at both locations, allegedly refused to seat them, treated them rudely and forced them to leave.
McGill, 34, had been involved in a similar suit in April, the Indianapolis Star reported.
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