Sarah Tressler, Houston Chronicle Reporter, Fired For Moonlighting as Stripper

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Sarah Tressler, a 30-year-old reporter who was fired by the Houston Chronicle because of her second job as a stripper, has filed a formal complaint against her former newspaper employer, alleging sex discrimination.

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    I don't understand why businesses freak over people who are dancers. It is legal. How does this reflect 'badly' in the company? Stupid, knee jerk reaction to fire her. Idiots.


    What does this have to do with her being a woman??? Men are "strippers" too.

    So pulling the women-card is total bullcrap.

    A company, especially a newspaper, has every right to fire your ass if what you do in your downtime reflects badly on the company you work for or draw the company's image into question.

    So tired of Gloria Allred representing the whitetrash of the world.


    Good! Her ass should be canned! I want to smoke pot but my work drug tests! Don't you feel sorry for me? You can't have your cake and eat it to! Grow up and close your fucking legs and get a real job! No Texas jury will side with her!


    As all professionals in the journalism world should know more than anyone else...If they want the public to believe the things they write they must have a reputable reputation themselves. Anything unsavory in their life might be sought out at any time in the same manner that they might use to delve into other people's personal lives when they are writing a story about them.


    She probably wasn't making that much as a reporter and had to find a way to supplement her income. If her stripping wasn't impacting her job performance as a stripper, she absolutely should not have been fired. Shame on the Chronicle for firing her and shame on the Press for revealing her part time job as a stripper.


    she should have been able to keep her what...! Big deal...



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