This is Lauren Odes. According to her, she was fired from her job because her breasts were too big.Odes claims that after only two days of working for Native Intimates, a lingerie company in Manhattan,  supervisors told her they were not happy with her attire saying it was "too distracting." The owners of the store are Orthodox Jews.

After complying with the company's dress code, Odes claims she continued to be harassed. She accuses one supervisor of recommending that she "cover up a little more" and to "tape down her breasts."

According to Odes, after several attempts to abide by the company's dress code she was forced to wear a bright red bathrobe from the closet at her desk all day. Afterwards, she was given the option to buy a sweater "that went down to her ankles" or continue to wear the bathrobe. Lauren Odes claims to have been publicly humiliated and made fun of by her co-workers.

In an attempt to retain her position with the company, she left to go buy a sweater. However, by that time it was too late. Odes got a call from the company saying she was terminated. Odes is filing suit claiming sexual and religious discrimination.

Now, attorney Gloria Allred has filed suit against Native Intimates with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

"The treatment was discriminatory, profoundly humiliating and unlawful," Allred said.

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