Look, Gloria Allred is involved so I realize this twit is going to turn on the water works and look as pathetic as possible. But let's face it, she garnered more sympathy when she left it to posing for hot photos that ran with news articles. Now we get to listen to her and she comes off as a semi-literate Fran Drescher. Yeah, I realize some guys are into that dumb girl from Brooklyn bit, though think about it, guys (and employers, too): Have the foresight to realize as smoking hot as she is, there comes a day when on her next visit she's accompanied by hatchet-face Allred.
Now that's a sobering reality no amount of Cialis will help you overcome.
I notice now she's got a nickname. For the last month she's simply been Debrahlee. Now they've added the eye-catching Debbie. This is what a high-powered attorney you. Teary-eyed presser, public humiliation and a name upgrade.
A tearful Debrahlee "Debbie" Lorenzana read a prepared statement Monday morning explaining why she is a victim of sex discrimination.Citibank lays the smackdown.
Lorenzana and her attorney, Gloria Allred, are asking for a human rights investigation. She claims she was fired from her job as a business banker job at Citibank after complaining that male colleagues called good looks distracting.
In the complaint, Lorenzana claims that she was not properly trained and, "I was a target to them."
Natalie Riper with Citi issued a statement Monday saying:
"Unlike Ms. Lorenzana, Citibank does not intend to try this case in the media and we reiterate that her termination was based on poor performance. Although we can't speak to her previous attention-seeking activities, her current attempts to gain personal publicity are as transparent as her legal claims. We remain confident that when all of the facts and documentation are presented, the claim will be dismissed."