Transgender General Sales Manager Files Lawsuit Against Austin, Texas Car Dealership
Employee Files Lawsuit against Roger Beasley Imports for Discrimination
By: bradley rudkin
On another occasion, Plaintiffs girlfriend, a transgender woman visited plaintiff for lunch at the dealership. While eating lunch in the Plaintiffs office an employee shouted out loud on the showroom floor, "Hey, You guy's aren't sucking each others (Expletive) in there are you?" This event was followed by laughter and chatter by other employees in the building. The taunting was unwelcome and made Plaintiff and his girlfriend very uncomfortable. Two weeks after this event, Bradley Rudkin was abruptly terminated without notice and without cause by Richard Davis, an employee hired to take Mr Rudkin's place.
Prior to Bradley's employment tenure, Roger Beasley Mitsubishi South had been open approximately 2 years. Each year this dealership achieved poor sales results losing approximately half a million dollars both years. Mr Rudkin was an award winning successful GSM achieving a 350,000 dollar profit his first full year with the dealer group. This was a 750,000 swing from the previous 2 years. Mr. Rudkin's team won the Mitsubishi Come Back Cup Award in November 2015 achieving 540% percent improvement in sales from the previous year. Bradley Rudkin never had a written or verbal warning during his employment at Roger Beasley Mitsubishi. Suit was filed 8-1-2017 with "EEOC Right to Sue" letter within time limits as set by EEOC.
Full text of this complaint, as filed with the District Court in the State Of Texas is attached.
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