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Fox News has learned that a Florida woman who was fired from a nursing home for wearing a dress pants and a shirt under her nursing gown violated a state labor law by not wearing a seatbelt.
The lawsuit filed Friday in Palm Beach County Circuit Court says the lawsuit was filed after a woman who had worked in the nursing home complained to a supervisor that she was being denied access to her room because she was wearing a pair of pants and an undershirt, a violation of Florida’s Labor Code.
She also cited privacy concerns because she didn’t have a seat belt on.
“The plaintiff’s complaint alleges that she has been denied her fundamental rights under the Florida Labor Code and other Florida laws because of her gender,” the lawsuit says.
“The plaintiff is entitled to have her employment terminated because she violated a lawful workplace policy.”
According to the lawsuit, the woman worked at the nursing facility from October 2010 to June 2011, and she left the facility after her termination in March 2013 because she could not “understand how she was treated and her rights under state law were violated.”
She filed the lawsuit in March and received her termination on July 1, the lawsuit said.
Fox News’ Catherine Herridge and The Associated Press contributed to this report.