Woman Claims She Was Fired for Being ‘Too Hot’

Posted by on May 21, 2012 at 8:04 pm

This thing would be better off if she merely claimed she was dismissed from her job for being a pathetic, money-grubbing slob. Too hot? In whose world? Oh, that’s Gloria Allred with her? Enough said.

She was ”too hot” — to work in a lingerie shop!

A buxom 29-year-old New Jersey woman claims managers at an intimate apparel outfit told her to tape down her breasts, before firing her because she was too sexy for the office.

“It was very shocking, very humiliating,” said Lauren Odes, who filed a complaint against Native Intimates to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

”It was a crazy experience, unlike anything I’ve ever been through.”

Odes and her lawyer, Gloria Allred, said she spent one humiliating week at the Fifth Avenue garment business in April.

Wow, she put in a whole week? Time for a big payday! By the way, it looks like Allred is going back for seconds here. I knew something sounded awfully familiar. At least that one had some assets that could be called hot. This one? Meh.

Here’s a page we found with Odes on it. Interesting what she lists as current occupation: Fahion executive/ bartender. She’ll go far as a “fahion” executive.

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6 Responses to “Woman Claims She Was Fired for Being ‘Too Hot’”

  1. Max Entropy on 22/22/12 at 11:51 am

    Don’t get between Allred and a camera.
    Does she ever win cases? It seems that she just shows up for press conferences in tabloid-quality cases.

  2. Mashiki on 22/22/12 at 5:08 pm

    “I’d hit it – after 12 beers”

    I wouldn’t even hit it. Then again, I’m into asians and brunettes, and in both cases those that haven’t looked like they had a disagreement with a horse, and smeared on enough makeup to pay crayola for the next 15 years.

  3. Vic Kelley on 23/23/12 at 11:02 am

    Ms. Allred is a parasite. The plaintiff should just go find another job and work like the rest of us. The arrogance of those 2 at a press conference looking as if they’re fighting the good fight and are doing something of profound historical consequence.

  4. Rightside on 24/24/12 at 7:29 am

    Looks like her page was flushed down the memory hole, Jammie. Perhaps the husky, pony-tailed blogger got a hold of it.