Comcast Exec. Files Federal Lawsuit Over Title VII Protections

A senior executive at Comcast Corp. recently filed a federal lawsuit alleging he was routinely discriminated against because of his sexual orientation, NBC News reports. Plaintiff Klayton Fennell claims that while employed with the company he was denied equal pay, passed over for promotions, was subjected to slurs from employees and retaliated against after he filed a discrimination complaint. Comcast claims that it was supportive of Fennell’s participation in LGBTQ initiatives both inside and outside of the company, and that it has a “longstanding commitment to the LGBTQ community and has been widely recognized for its inclusive culture.” Fennell is seeking unspecified damages for pain and suffering, emotional upset, mental anguish, humiliation, loss of life’s pleasures and any other remedies provided by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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