http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/29/howard-stern-intern_n_5235352.html New York (April 29, 2014, 12:59 PM ET) -- A former intern for The Howard Stern Show filed a proposed class action Monday in New York federal court against Sirius XM Radio Inc. alleging the satellite radio company violated labor laws by not paying her or other interns. Sirius XM became the latest target of employment suits brought by former interns with the complaint, which alleges Sirius XM violated the Fair Labor Standards Act and New York labor laws when having interns work long hours with no monetary compensation. While working for Sirius XM, â€œmembers of the putative class were regularly required to perform work for [Sirius XM], without receiving minimum and overtime wages as required by applicable federal and state law,â€ said the complaint filed Monday. The suit was brought by Melissa Tierney, a New York resident who worked at Sirius XM from August 2011 through December 2011 as an intern for The Howard Stern Show. The complaint alleges that as an intern, Tierney performed work necessary to Sirius XMâ€™s operations and did not receive any academic or vocational training, but wasn't compensated for her work. The proposed class is seeking unpaid wages and interest on that income. The proposed class would include all unpaid Sirius XM interns, according to the complaint. A spokesman for Sirius XM and counsel for the proposed class didnâ€™t immediately respond to requests for comment. The suit is part of a growing trend of intern rights suits across the country.