‘Pizza Factory’ owner accused of sexually harassing women in ‘secret’ restaurant

A pizza company owner is accused of sending sexually suggestive text messages to several female employees while he worked at his company, according to court documents.

The New York Daily News first reported the allegations on Friday, citing multiple unnamed sources.

The Daily News obtained the court documents from the Manhattan district attorney’s office on Tuesday.

The Daily News also obtained court documents detailing alleged text messages between Pizza Factory owner Aaron Sánchez and a former employee of the pizza maker’s New York City restaurant, The Daily Beast reported.

Sáncoz, a self-proclaimed “meathead,” allegedly sent sexually suggestive messages to the former employee and others at the restaurant, the Daily News reported.

The restaurant owner has not been charged with any crime, but the allegations were not substantiated in court documents, the newspaper reported.

According to the Daily Beast, Sánchos wife, Michelle, was among the women who accused him of harassment.

In a statement, the company said it is committed to treating all employees fairly, and is committed “to ensuring that our franchisees are respectful, courteous and respectful of our guests.”

“Pizza factory is proud of our diversity and we have worked diligently to strengthen our policies and practices to ensure our employees are treated with dignity and respect, the statement read.