Update: adult clubs to settle EEOC age-bias suit

by Walter Olson on January 17, 2011

“Two Houston adult entertainment clubs this week agreed to settle a federal age discrimination case with a former waitress who alleged younger, male managers called her ‘old’ and said she showed symptoms of memory loss. The owners of Centerfolds and Cover Girls agreed to pay $60,000 to Mary Bassi. She was 56 when she was fired in 2006 ‘without provocation or explanation,’ according to a lawsuit the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed on Bassi’s behalf.” [Houston Chronicle; earlier]

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1 Chris Hoey 01.17.11 at 6:18 pm

That reminds me of the time when the NY Division of Human Rights announced it was pursuing a complaint against a topless bar on behalf of a flat chested applicant. It was years ago, and I don’t recall the outcome, but they issued a news release on the absurdity.

2 Bob Lipton 01.17.11 at 6:45 pm

The explained why they were letting her go but she forgot.

Bob

3 David Eggers 01.18.11 at 1:50 am

Old ladies stripping are out there. My friend had one on his 21st birthday. The funniest thing ever. In fact, it was in Houston so it may be her.

4 Jack Wilson 01.19.11 at 12:22 pm

I have had trouble getting a job doing commercials for hair care products. I suspect they are discriminating against me because I’m bald.

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