A former employee for the Australian development company that is planning to buy Saddleback Mountain resort in Rangeley has filed suit against the company alleging he was not paid for his services.

News Center Maine (WCSH/WLBZ) reported on Thursday that Perry Williams of Rangeley sued the Majella Group for nearly $30,000 in unpaid wages. Williams was hired on Jan. 1, 2017, as a consultant for the Saddleback project.

Williams alleges that as of Nov. 9, 2017, he is owed $21,250 in consultant fees and $8,461 in past due gross wages, according to court documents obtained by News Center Maine. As of Jan. 31, the date the suit was filed, Williams said he still had not been paid, News Center Maine reported.

Williams’ attorney, Frank K. N. Chowdry of Portland, filed the complaint against Majella Developments Seven LLC and three other Majella companies in Cumberland County Superior Court.

The sale of Saddleback is still pending. The resort has been closed since July 2015.

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