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Landlord's Lawsuit Says Bolingbrook Tilted Kilt Short on Rent

The Bolingbrook Tilted Kilt's landlord wants at least $100,000 in back rent, according to a lawsuit.

The Bolingbrook Tilted Kilt is at least $100,000 behind in its rent, according to a lawsuit filed in Will County court.

The Tilted Kilt's landlord, DW Bolingbrook LLC, brought the lawsuit against its tenant and two men, John Bobak and John P. Bobak. The Bobaks are responsible for the rent, according to the lawsuit.

The Bolingbrook Tilted Kilt's website lists the restaurant's general manager as John Bobak. A message left for the general manager was not returned Friday.

The Tilted Kilt opened about two years ago near the intersection of Weber Road and Remington Boulevard.

The "Tilted Kilt concept has its roots deep in the rousing tradition of Scottish, Irish and English Pubs," according to the company's website, but "it actually first came to life in America’s own sin city, Las Vegas."

The lawsuit lists unpaid rent for each of the last 11 months, including this month, but noted some of the rent was paid in October.

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Sue Rosenorn February 02, 2014 at 01:34 AM
I like tilted Kilts Food and decor but wont frequent the place because they exploit their young girl employees.
seer February 03, 2014 at 08:32 PM
@Sue- how is it exploitation if those chicks are there working of their free will - if you want "exploited"- go to Vietnam where kids are making your Nikes for $1 a day. also- I would like to be in "arrears" with those 2 young lasses.
Jamielynn February 04, 2014 at 08:32 AM
it takes them 11 months of no rent to file a lawsuit????
Sue Rosenorn February 07, 2014 at 03:12 AM
But Seer, we dont live in Vietnam. Young girls shouldnt feel that they have to wear scantily clad clothes in order to make money. These establishments are in all sorts of neighborhoods now. I find its not a good message to send to our youth. The male employees there arent showing skin.
seer February 07, 2014 at 09:50 AM
But if these girls don't want to work there- THEY DON'T HAVE TO. And if women were wired the same way as men and there was a demand for scantily clad dudes serving food don't you think there would be those type of restaurants?

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