Three sisters who worked at the same family-owned Orlando steakhouse since they were teenagers recently settled a nasty lawsuit.

The lawsuit alleges co-owner Karen Hart cut off her sister’s income and ownership rights, and told her: “Do you think I give a ***k what happens to you. I don’t care if you starve to death on the street.”

The plaintiff, Debra Tassoni, was the first to work in the restaurant owned by her late parents Al and Linda Seng, according to the suit. But all three sisters worked there for at least 30 years. It’s been a landmark at 4721 East Colonial Drive since it opened in 1947.

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Source: Orlando Sentinel