Former Trump Hotel Cleaning Sues over Alleged religious discrimination

A former housekeeper for President Donald Trump Hotel in Las Vegas claims that she was dismissed in order to go to church for refusing to work Sunday. Sonia Perez, 56, said at the Trump International Hotel he worked from 2010 to 2015 without incident, with Sunday so you can attend religious services in their non-denominational Christian church. But after the employees unionized in 2018, Perez said in a lawsuit filed on Tuesday in Las Vegas federal court has been modified to include Sunday for their turn. Perez refused to work on Sundays “because of their religious beliefs sincerely held” to come, according to the lawsuit. The action comes a day after demonstrators were forcibly evicted from the White House by the police, so you could go to a nearby church and hold a bible for Trump photographers. The Trump Organization did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Perez said in its complaint that the form “points of presence” for their Sunday accrued absences used, but if she ran said he was fired. The cause Perez Trump Ruffin trade Inc., which manages hotels Trump, religious discrimination and the failure to adopt accused.
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