LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Fayette County authorities issued a warrant on Friday for the arrest of the woman at the center of a WKYT investigation into a food delivery service.
Lawsuits against Audrey Faye Trobaugh's delivery business LexEatIn started last year, but she's failed to show up for court appearances.
A court order issued Friday says Trobaugh is wanted for contempt and will be held on a $10,000-bond once she's arrested.
Former employees of her delivery business said they were not paid for their work.
"Honestly, I just want my wages back, and I want them to put a stop to anything they are doing wrong," one of the former employees and plaintiffs in the case against the business told WKYT's Miranda Combs.
In 2015, the Kentucky Labor Cabinet asked for LexEatIn payroll and time information and has yet to receive the documents.
For an extra charge, LexEatIn delivers orders from restaurants that don't have their own delivery service.
WKYT Investigates talked with a manager of Lexington restaurant Taste of India who said the company hadn't paid its restaurant for months. Taste of India first started working with LexEatIn in 2013.