E!’s "Fashion Police" writers claim they’re not getting paid

Beaches Negril Sale

By Todd Cunningham LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Eight writers on E!’s reality show “Fashion Police” on Wednesday filed a claim with state labor officials alleging that they’re not being fairly compensated for the hours they’ve been working. “The most I’ve been paid for a show has been for eight hours of work,” said “Fashion Police” writer Eliza Skinner. “In reality, I put in anywhere from 12 to 32 additional hours on each show – time I should have been compensated for. On top of that is all the unpaid overtime we regularly work. …

Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC OnDeck