‘My boss makes me bartend sex parties’ A bartender claims she was forced to work at weekly “sex parties” at a popular Tribeca club. “It’s right out in the open,” Jamilya Bliss told The Post of Club Remix. Bliss is suing the Park Place club and its boss, Panagiotis Kotsonis, for subjecting her “to nudity, prostitution, and people performing sexual acts in her presence” while she poured drinks at the ground-floor dance club. The parties had different themes, times, days and clientele, says the 37-year-old Brooklynite, but one thing was constant: intercourse. She usually worked in the outer bar area, while patrons got randy in a second room. “If anyone wants to come to the bathroom, to exit or get a drink, if they’re naked, they just come out,” she recalled. “It got so comfortable, everything was out in the open, in the bar, on the dance floor.” “Anything for anybody,” a promoter told Bliss when she asked about that night’s theme. Partygoers “didn’t come to dance or get a drink, or sit at the bar. They came specifically for this . . . One goal only: sex.” When she complained to Kotsonis, she said, “his response was, ‘What do you care?’ ” Bliss is still working at Club Remix, and has been employed there for 14 years. She says the sex didn’t become openly rampant until about four years ago. Her first sex shock came during what she thought was a pajama party. “The club hosts different types of events, birthday parties, baby showers, even a wedding reception … It started out like a normal party. Just people buying drinks, talking, listening to music. Then, you’re working for a couple of hours, and people got ‘comfortable.’” She said her boss wouldn’t tell her when he was booking a sex party, and required her to work on those nights, although she expressed her discomfort, according to Manhattan federal court papers. “Part of what’s so egregious here is that you have an employer explicitly saying to you, ‘You’re going to be subjected to this, or you’re going to be fired,’ ” said her lawyer, Thomas Ricotta. “That’s wrong.” Bliss is seeking unspecified damages. Kotsonis’ wife denied the club featured sex or prostitution.