Gloria Allred Defending 'Angry Stripper' Fired By Newspaper
RadarOnline.com Assistant Managing Editor
Famed civil rights attorney Gloria Allred is representing Sarah Tessler, a former reporter for the Houston Chronicle who was fired from her job when the newspaper found out that she was a stripper, will be holding a news conference on Thursday morning to announce her legal response, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
The former society columnist allegedly posted pictures of herself in stripper outfits on various social media sites, and on Facebook she had a page entitled "Diary Of An Angry Stripper." Those posts have subsequently been removed.
The gorgeous 29-year-old brunette is a 2008 graduate of the prestigious NYU School of Journalism. According to a source close to the situation, Allred will assert that her client's firing may constitute sex discrimination, which would be a violation of Tessler's rights under the law.
The news conference will take place at Allred's office on Thursday morning at 10 am PST.
Stay tuned to RadarOnline.com for developments on this story.
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