A Miami judge has denied Birdman’s request to have a $300,000 lawsuit from a former employee dismissed. Javier Nuno, the ex-employee, says he worked upwards of 70 hours a week and was never paid. He’s suing for his time on the clock as well as overtime. Birdman’s lawyer argues that the legal papers were served to a security guard not a resident of the home therefore violating the serving process. He said. “You can’t serve a security guard. You can’t serve the maid or the gardener. You have to serve someone who lives at the house, and I can promise you the security guard doesn’t live in Bryan’s mansion.” The judge dismissed the argument and the lawsuit will remain. Birdman’s lawyer claims Nuno was never under payroll of Birdman and lived on the property for two years after Birdman bought the mansion before they found out he was even there.