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Former Citibank worker claims sex discrimination after being fired for “being too sexy”

According to a CBS News report, a 33-year-old single mother is suing Citibank for sex discrimination after being fired from the company last summer for allegedly being “too sexy.”

Debrahlee Lorenzana claims that her bosses told her that they couldn’t concentrate at the office because they were too distracted by her good looks.  Lorenzana was instructed by Citibank managers to stop wearning turtlenecks, fitted business suits, pencil skirts, and high heel shoes, even though other women were apparently still allowed to wear these types of clothes.

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Former Citibank worker claims sex discrimination after being fired for “being too sexy”
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