Sorry “Borgata Babes,” N.J. Supreme Court Won’t Review Your Case

Casino can legally regulate waitress' weight.

The New Jersey Supreme Court has declined to review a case involving the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa‘s weight restrictions for its waitstaff, according to the Press of Atlantic City.

Better known as the “Borgata Babes,” the casino’s waitresses wear scantily clad outfits (corsets, high heels and stockings) and are in violation of the company’s weight policy if they gain or lose seven percent of their body weight. Two were laid off for violating the policy (one gained too much and the other lost too much.) It now appears that the Borgata Babes have run out of legal options to challenge the policy.

“Borgata’s policy for Babes and their male counterparts requires them to be physically fit with a clean smile,” the Press of Atlantic City reported. “Females must have an hourglass shape; males must have broad shoulders and a slim waist.”

Back in September, an appeals court ruled that the waitresses were subjected to weight requirements since they are “costumed beverage servers” who do more than serve drinks and food.

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