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I have been considered "beautiful" for years and can count on one hand any instances of male- disrespect.It's MUCH better and more "beautiful" to smile when you walk down the street and treat random strangers with kindness...even tell a less that attractive woman she looks fabulous from time to time? THAT'S what truly amazing women are about
She also has a paper trail of emails and letters over these issues and the company does not. There's a possibility that she is just an attention seeker but her claims should be taken seriously and investigated before labeling her as such.
Originally posted by gabby2011
she is labelled an attention seeker..how sad. And even sadder , the ones calling her that, are the ones that claim they want justice and freedom for the american people.
So regardless of what anyone else thinks, that proves to me beyond any shadow of a doubt she's some kind of attention seeker, not to mention she also has "issues" with body image, etc.
Remember Debrahlee Lorenzana, who recently filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Citibank? A promotional video for Long Island Plastic Surgical Group featuring Lorenzana has now surfaced, in which she gets her second boob job and says she wants to be — and I quote — “tits on a stick.”
We are not going to clip it on The Frisky (the 11-minute-long video is NSFW and in the second half depicts graphic scenes of plastic surgery), but if you feel so compelled, you can watch it here.
I watched the whole thing — after lunch, of course — and it’s sad. Straight-up sad.
They told her to shutup and she apparently wouldn't. I knew I could get fired for appearing on media without my employer's permission, and apparently her current employer has a similar policy. I followed the rules, why can't she?
(Newser) – Too-sexy-for-Citibank Debrahlee Lorenzana is now in hot water with a second bank…but not for looking too hot at work. Lorenzana claims current employer JPMorgan Chase isn’t happy she spoke out against her last employer—who she says fired her for being too attractive. “They're circling the wagons for Citibank,” says one of her lawyers. “Now they're saying she's making the industry look bad.”
Lorenzana, who never identified herself as a Chase employee in interviews, says she is now at risk of being fired. But “I will not stop talking,” she tells the New York Daily News, adding that her supervisor told her she violated the company’s code of conduct—and that her case was in the hands of the CEO. She is scheduled to appear on Today and Good Morning America this morning.