27 October 2018 2645 Views

JABBA THE HUTT Denies Accusations of Harassment and Exploitation of Workers

by James Murphy

Tatooine Based Crime-Lord named as a space pest. 

In a shocking twist in the Galactic senate, crime-lord JABBA THE HUTT was named as the mysterious figure at the centre of multiple accusations of inappropriate behaviour.

 

Stories include:

    • Forcing Girls to dance for him and dress in kinky slave outfits; even chaining them up to his own person on occasion
    • Benefiting from inter-stellar smuggling then putting a bounty on the heads of any Pilots that helped, just so he could enjoy cheap labour
    • Keeping an outlawed ‘sarlacc pit’ and using it to dispose of his enemies
    • Cruelty to Droids
    • Use of ethnic /racial slurs, such as ‘JEDI SCUM’
    • Routinely rubbing his tail off employees and laughing, menacingly

It is unclear how long such habits have gone unchecked in the galaxy. But it is thought the use of NDAs (no-disintegration-agreements) played a part, making droid witnesses less willing to come forward and testify. Hutt was also well connected and regarded among Imperials, despite his off-world status. Indeed, Emperor Palpatine made Jabba a Trade ambassador / advisor for services to Tattooine!

Jabba has strenuously denied all allegations against him. More news when we have it. 

 



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