Chef Fanning let go from Rehoboth restaurant

REHOBOTH, Del. – For the third night in a row, we learned more about Patrick Fanning, the former owner of three restaurants in Cambridge who is accused of not paying his employees the money they had earned and not giving them W2 forms.

It appears while some of Fanning’s former employees are still searching for jobs, Fanning went and got a job as an Executive Chef at a place called G Rehoboth, however, according to Facebook,  he’s since been relieved of his duties.

In a statement released on Wednesday by the restaurant they said, “We want to assure everyone that we had no knowledge of the circumstances surrounding Chef Fanning’s previous businesses and additionally that Chef Fanning is no longer employed by G Rehoboth.”

47 ABC still has not been able to get a response from Chef Fanning.

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