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Gloria Allred's Boobie Prize -- A Lawsuit!

11/10/2010 10:00 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Gloria Allred wants you to know ... if a supervisor tells an employee he wants to sit next to her "so he can look at her big titties," Gloria will sue his behind.

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We've learned Gloria is holding a news conference today, announcing she'll file suit against an employer that targeted a female executive with large breasts.

Gloria claims big wigs at the company told the woman that other employees could not concentrate in meetings because all they saw were her "big breasts." G.A. says her client was told she needed to hide her breasts because they were just too distracting.

And then there's the manager who allegedly said the woman was "too sensual" for further advancement.

Gloria and her client will hold the news conference at her office at 11 AM PT today.

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46.

Straight Talkin Texan    

LOLOL!!! If this is true, then that is one dumba$$ employer!

1339 days ago
47.

chanel    

my mom has a is big cheated and she now how to hide them u dont have to show them off and at work it not the place to show them but the say u can tell a woman how was give them and who payed for them and god gave my mom hers so i think there a time and place for them to be out and if the guy where she was doing just to sue and i think it bs i could have sued ever job i ever had or wa trun down becuse im a trans.get over your selfs

1339 days ago
48.

RY    

WHO CAAAAAARES! I'm sick of seeing this woman's face!!

1339 days ago
49.

Hunter    

Why is it that the ONLY times we hear about Gloria Allred is when she is hosting a "press conference"????

I bet she hasnt gone to court or thru all the "lawsuits" from previous "press confereces" she hosted and is just doing this to get the media spotlight on herself and the 'current' lawsuit she is hosting.

1339 days ago
50.

Kate    

I am a human resources consultant and yes, this type of scenario does happen with more regularity than you might think. I have not seen this situation occur in all companies but it does happen. A number of companies frown upon this type of behaviour while others look the other way.

My concern with this woman is that she had been working in this company for a very long time and was a senior executive for almost 7 years. She undoubtedly looked the other way too often when she or others were being mistreated and it is only now, that she's been terminated, does she speak up. I wish for all of us she had spoken up much sooner.

Good luck to Gloria and the woman. I hope the company is completely humiliated and cleans up it's act.

1339 days ago
51.

Melissa    

Well, if she didn't dress like a slut, maybe they wouldn't have had to tell her to cover up!

1339 days ago
52.

Jim Deen    

WHY IS TMZ THIS PARASITE'S PUBLICITY TEAM? WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH CELEBRITIES?

1339 days ago
53.

Superman    

If the woman was wearing tight fitting clothing or was showing too much cleavage, then telling her to put on a coat to cover them is appropriate! And acting like a whore should NOT be allowed and kudos to the company for not advancing her if she did act like a whore!

1339 days ago
54.

janalal4    

Of course that statement is incredibly INAPPROPRIATE within the workplace but unfortunately 'girls' there's something that needs to be said about workplace attire & it's THIS: There ARE those women(and you know who you are) that dress in an extremely PROVOCATIVE & INAPPROPRIATE manner at work. THEN when a man(usually THE MAN THEY AREN'T TRYING TO 'ATTRACT' AT WORK)actually says something THEY believe to be 'inappropriate or unwelcome', then they want to turn around & scream about 'sexual harrassment' & that's total BS! Ban the low cut, lacy camisoles, the wonderbras, & the stiletto heals from the workplace & just WATCH how the # of sexually inappropriate 'comments' begin to decline. Can't have it both ways ladies. Can't wear the provocative cloths & 'come on' to men you might be 'interested in' AT WORK, then 'boo-hoo' about how when you lean over a man at work's desk, they just "won't take you seriously & respect you". RESPECT YOURSELF LADIES & leave the above mentioned clothing at home until 'girls night out'!

1339 days ago
55.

Onward    

If there's a reason for the lawsuit, go to court. Don't hold a press conference.

1339 days ago
56.

maxx    

SO IF THIS GOES TO COURT WOULD THEY BE CALLED EXHIBIT'S A & B OR JUST DOUBLE D

1339 days ago
57.

anonymous_001    

When working at a professional environment and it is stated clearly when signing up for the job what the attire is. It is to be followed to the T. Men follow the dress code so should the women and not expose more that what is necessary. Dress professional when stated, follow the code. Not to say either that it is bad to hide what a higher being has given women, by all means embrace it. Do it so in a fashionably manner.

1339 days ago
58.

Route66    

#50. That hurt.

1338 days ago
59.

Davinci    

lol in regards to MIDNIGHT TOKER's comment. The BOOBIES

1337 days ago
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