News Trump's personal driver sues for thousands of hours of unpaid overtime Noel Cintron said the Trump Organization has not paid him for 3,300 hours of overtime in the last six years. President Donald Trump's personal driver sued his company Monday for unpaid overtime. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Drew Angerer By Reuters July 9, 2018 1:34 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email A New York man who said he was Donald Trump's personal driver for more than 20 years sued the president's company on Monday, claiming he was stiffed out of thousands of hours of overtime pay. Noel Cintron said the Trump Organization has not paid him for 3,300 hours of overtime in the last six years, the most he can sue for because of a statute of limitations, and has not given him a "meaningful" raise for 12 years. "In an utterly callous display of unwarranted privilege and entitlement and without even a minimal sense of noblesse oblige President Donald Trump has, through the defendant entities, exploited and denied significant wages to his own longstanding personal driver," the complaint said. Cintron is seeking unspecified damages, including punitive damages and other sums for alleged violations of federal and state labor laws. He said the 3,300 hours of overtime alone was worth more than $178,000, at a rate of $54.09 per hour. The Trump Organization did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Donald Trump was not named as a defendant. Cintron's lawyers did not immediately respond to requests for comment. The lawsuit filed with the New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan adds to a long list of litigation targeting the president or his businesses. Cintron said he worked as a driver for Trump, his family members and his businesses for more than a quarter century, averaging 50 to 55 hours weekly. He said he became part of Trump's security staff after the Secret Service took over driving responsibilities in 2016. Cintron said his salary was raised to $68,000 in 2006 and then to $75,000 in 2010, but the latter increase required him to surrender health benefits. He said this saved Trump $17,866 in annual health insurance premiums. By Reuters Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.