A former employee of American Apparel has accused CEO Dov Charney of pressuring him to manipulate the accounting for the clothing retailer and then firing him when he refused.

Roberto Hernandez filed a wrongful termination suit against Charney and the company, claiming he refused to "pad the inventory" figures in 2006 so the company would pass an audit when it was seeking outside investment.

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