An American employee of the T-Mobile company decided to file a complaint against her employer in Texas. Her boss allegedly asked her awkward questions about her private life when she came to complain about the violent behavior of one of her colleagues, reports The Verge. This case started when one of her coworkers got angry about the way she had responded to a client. The man was aggressive, going so far as to threaten her physically before another employee intervened.
Faced with this situation, the young woman decided to talk to her manager. The latter preferred to change stores rather than trying to understand the situation. “I found it totally unfair to be changed stores after what had happened to me,” she said.
“I thought it was totally unfair”
She escalated the incident higher in the corporate hierarchy. However, her employer asked her about her private life, in particular asking her about her OnlyFans account, an online photo and video content service only accessible by subscription. “There are rumors that you have an OnlyFans account, is that true? “, He launched to him before adding:” Some people declared that they had seen your photos of naked, on it “.
After this exchange, the young woman felt “sexually assaulted” and she therefore filed a complaint against the latter. ” [Sa] personal life […] has nothing to do in the stores, ”hammered the lawyer for the young woman who is currently on sick leave. The T-Mobile company assured that discussions were underway to find a solution to this situation.