Twinfinite writes, "Within the lawsuit, it states that after complaining to the Human Resources department about ongoing practices of 'utilizing people who were interested in their products to provide translation services for free,' including young minors. Soon thereafter, she was fired, professedly without valid basis."
Edit- Sorry, I'm deleting my below comments. I apologize for causing an issue. I just wanted to see the evidence that the plantiff has. As a freelancer, I have experienced losing out on work because of studios prioritizing their in-studio talent over us. She chose to switch to freelancer status. I wonder if it's just that. There could have very well been some hateful comments made towards her too though, in which she indeed would have a solid case. Just hope she's not using her gender change thing as a scapegoat for what happens to many of us freelancers all the time. But yea, it's up to the court to decide. Cheers.
If I was the head of human resources for a company, I would avoid hiring transgender or homosexual individuals for one reason, they are lawsuits waiting to happen because they can claim discrimination over anything.
Oh, for pete's sake, shut up.
3.1 million for being "triggered"? Sweet deal bro.
Edit: sorry, "sister"*