A nanny who worked for singer Alanis Morissette claims she was not paid overtime and was forced to work 12-hour overnight shifts without breaks.
Morissette gave birth to son Ever in December 2010. TMZ reports the Bianca Cambeiro filed suit last week, claiming she worked for the couple from August 2011 to March 2013.
On her 12-hour shifts, Cambeiro claims that she was not allowed to leave the baby's bedroom under any circumstances, even to eat, unless a parent was present or the day nanny relieved her.
Singer Alanis Morissette and rapper husband Mario "Souleye" Treadway received a great Christmas present this year -- a healthy baby boy.
The "You Ought Know" singer, 36, gave birth to Ever Imer on Christmas Day. "All are healthy and happy," her rep told Us Weekly.
Morissete and Treadway married on May 22 in Los Angeles, and announced last August that they were expecting.