Cheerleader's sex discrimination suit going to trial
NEW YORK -- A sexual discrimination lawsuit filed by the former captain of the New York Rangers' cheerleading squad can go to trial, a judge ruled Monday.
U.S. District Judge Robert W. Sweet said the lawsuit by Courtney Prince alleged comments and conduct that are "insulting, demeaning and objectifying and could be considered severe by a reasonable employee."
Prince said in the lawsuit, brought two years ago, that she was
fired by Madison Square Garden after she warned ...
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