Delta Air stewardess accuses the company of discrimination and intimidation
A Delta Air flight attendant who has given more than 45 years of her life to the airline has surprised the public with a lawsuit that makes a number of extravagant allegations. This is not the first time a Delta Air veteran has sued his employers.
The lawsuit was filed in the Atlanta District Court earlier this month, PYOK writes. The stewardess is seeking damages for discrimination in the form of 25 thousand shares in the company and accuses the employers of intimidation.
A co-worker said that after being hired by Delta in 1978, she had a long way to go before the company offered her a flight attendant position in 2008.
After 10 years as a flight attendant, she suffered an injury that led to a long-term medical leave. Since then, the employee has allegedly been harassed.
The victim claims that she is being followed inside and outside her home, and her neighbors have been forced to report her whereabouts and activities to the company. The stewardess also claimed that Delta Air left garbage outside her home four times to intimidate a disgruntled employee and "compromised" her doctors.
In addition, the woman claims to have been sexually assaulted by one of the employees and physically assaulted by a pilot.
The flight attendant's previous lawsuit against Delta, filed in 2023, was dismissed, and her latest attempt was also unsuccessful. Judge John Larkins quickly dismissed the claims, kindly explaining that the allegations "can at best be considered mere speculation."