21 June 2013 4:09 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Gawker Media is the latest to feel the legal wrath of former interns. On Friday, the digital publishing outfit was hit with labor claims in New York federal court by three former interns who say they worked on the New York company's blogs but weren't "paid a single cent." The latest lawsuit comes after a decision by a New York judge that held that Fox Searchlight had improperly classified two interns -- Alex Footman and Eric Glatt -- working on the film Black Swan. The judge also certified a class action over corporate internships at the Fox Entertainment Group. Story: Gawker's Nick

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