Multimillionaires Elizabeth Hurley and Indian husband Arun Nayar stand accused of paying their maid the equivalent of $200 a week for almost around-the-clock cooking, cleaning and baby-sitting, according to Britain’s Mirror and Daily Mail. Violet D’Souza says the couple paid as little as $2.33 an hour for up to 70 hours of work per week. D’Souza was set to take her case to an employment tribunal but at the last minute she was offered a five-figure settlement. Newspaper reports say D’Souza worked up to seven days a week, starting at 7:30 a.m. each day and sometimes lasting until 3 the next morning, with Hurley and Nayar paying her a weekly 8,000 rupees (yep, they paid her in Indian currency). The equivalent hourly rate worked out to between $2.33 and $3.10, well below Britain’s, legal minimum wage of $10.71. D’Souza brought an action of breach of contract after being dismissed by the couple last August, presumably after finally speaking up for herself.