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Charlotte, NC - It's business as usual at Amelie's Bakery in NoDa after a controversial resignation letter from a former employee went public. The letter accuses the bakery of violating labor laws - and now, the bakery owner is defending her business and their practices.

The situation has brought owner Lynn St. Laurent to tears, after she says she cares deeply for her employees, and follows all guidelines when it comes to labor laws. The ex-employee, Justin Miller, would not talk to us on camera, but did release a statement on Facebook. He said "I still ask that customers do not boycott. Please help keep moral high by personally telling the employee who serves you that they have your support. Small gestures go a long way."

St. Laurent has hired an independent labor force company to come in and observe their working conditions, to put everyone's mind at ease.






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