Does ‘Too Hot’ Woman Have an EEOC Claim in an ‘At Will’ Employment State?
Finally, we brought you the case of the woman who claims she was fired for being “too hot.” She alleged gender and religious discrimination. Of course, the crux of the lawsuit is that she wore inappropriate clothing to work. But it sounds much better to say you were fired for being “too hot,” doesn’t it?
Being fired for being smoking hot? WOW. Lauren Odes stated she filed a complaint of gender and religious discrimination from the lingerie wholesaler where she worked.
Here is a video that tells us the woman who filed a lawsuit towards her lingerie wholesaler and much more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foWsxk-Rwjg