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In the case bush and just too sexy for her job -- New York woman is suing her former employers saying she was fire for being too hot.
Those -- her words not ours.
Her employer a lingerie company the woman claims she was -- told by the orthodox Jewish owners of this Monterey company.
That it was a safety issue because the men wouldn't be able to resist her.
And not feel any player has their right to impose their religious beliefs on me when I'm working in a business that is not synagogue.
But instead selling bonds with -- -- in the female genital area and boy shorts.
For women -- hot in the buttocks area.
Orthodox Jewish one.
Right here's our legal panel Tom -- if a criminal defense attorney.
Former federal prosecutor and Rory McIlroy thanks for being with a spoke -- our Tom let me start.
That with -- I mean if the allegations.
Art from the plane if our true.
My goodness aren't there all kinds of title seven violations here.
Tremendous you know Greg -- not a huge fan of Gloria all red -- how to give her credit I mean she appears they've gotten herself a nice do you see.
Potentially very profitable lawsuit here.
It is as egregious I mean it you know it is hostile work environment in the that it goes harassment.
You can't you can't even referred to his employment discrimination.
Because is beyond that it's harassment I mean when I read the part.
About them making her walk around a professional office with a bath -- and -- -- think it you'll forget title seven of the an intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Caller we don't know what answer I mean there's always two sides to every story and we've only heard from the plane -- really have a win that's right and that's one of the issues here as we have to see what actually happened I mean.
Obviously she's got Gloria Allred she's looking for money at this.
Could visit -- -- up potentially maybe she went in and you know maybe she didn't do our war may be in on top of which it appears she was brought in by temp agency.
So perhaps she was only going be brought in for a couple of days of work perhaps none of the things she said it happened actually happened we don't know at this point we'll see what the evidence actually -- It and bridges just I agree look at the criminal defense attorney you always wanna hear both sides she seems like the type of woman that likes to put herself out there we all know about Gloria -- -- But take a look at the quotes from the employers in that paper I mean they responded to this by.
Not issuing denials but saying that hey you know where where religious Jewish orthodox firm.
Somewhere out there is an insurance company underwriter that on her rights to her employment discrimination policy.
Reading those comments and putting it head on his.
All right what about an underrated I mean no I read those comments also -- -- -- -- but don't don't say that Big Apple.
It's up up to religious discrimination suits do yeah I was thinking about that Tim and I hit it into its profits certainly problematic -- you know it depends what.
He requirements were as to what they were looking for when they were hiring her and what she was told when she was brought in there.
Yeah I mean you know there are there are companies where they have a uniform there companies we have to Wear certain collar you have to Wear pants and it.
And a certain type of -- seller you know that there's certainly can be requirements placed on employees -- employers depends on what with the Saddam -- -- -- our -- --
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