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Tennessee man who claims he was harassed at work and fired for being gay sues for discrimination


See also: St. Louis County settles gay officer’s discrimination lawsuit for $10 millionBrashier, who is seeking two million dollars in damages, then filed a lawsuit, in which he alleges that he was the victim of sex discrimination and failure to be compensated for overtime work, and that he was retaliated against after complaining about his treatment at the hands of co-workers and supervisors.

He has also filed a separate complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, reports the Knoxville News-Sentinel.In the complaint, James Friauf, Brashier’s attorney, wrote that his client “files this action to rectify the wrongs he has experienced as a result of his sexual orientation, as well as to advance the rights of his fellow.

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