15 cases when girls were fired with a bang because of selfies
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Thanks to the Internet, it has become easy to share photos with your friends and family. But sometimes, posting their selfies in public access, people forget that anyone who has the Internet can see these pictures.
From Russian paramedic Tatiana to the 43-year—old mascot of the English football club - we will tell you about 15 women who lost their jobs because of racy photos or contradictory messages on the web.
The girl announced her trip to South Africa with a tweet: "I'm flying to Africa. I hope I won't catch AIDS there. I'm kidding. I'm white." The girl posted this message when she was drinking at the airport before boarding, and it seemed very funny to her then. But then she wasn't laughing…
Although at that time I Justine had only 200 followers, her post instantly caused a flurry of indignation in the English-speaking sector of the social network. Even before she stepped off the plane, the world media wrote about her. Despite the fact that after the incident, the prankster deleted not only the record, but also her entire account, she was fired from her job with a bang.
After a flurry of angry comments, Miss Playboy deleted the photo from the network in January 2013. But it was too late ... because of this incident, she not only lost her job, but also ended up in court, because under California law it is forbidden to publish pictures of naked people without their consent.
According to a court decision in May 2017, an American woman received three years of probation for trolling a naked old woman. In addition, she was sentenced to community service and to pay a fine in favor of the injured elderly woman.
The leadership of the city police, having seen the candid photos, decided to say goodbye to the employee. They were not affected by the arguments that the former policeman was in short shorts, that is, not completely naked. In China, the police are very revered and believe that such photos undermine the authority of law enforcement agencies.
The woman was very upset and said that it was unfair, since some members of the club had previously been photographed naked for the calendar. Tracy eventually returned to work when the club management realized they had made a mistake. Or, most likely, they wanted to avoid a lawsuit.
At the same time, the students themselves describe Lydia only from the positive side and even created a petition called "Give us back Miss Ferguson", which was signed not only by the students, but also by their parents. The families consider the decision of the school administration unfair and note that Ferguson is an excellent teacher who is always ready to help his students in any issues. However, the school administration is not going to change its decision under any pretext.
The chief of the Greater Manchester County Fire and Rescue Service, where Delogri worked, immediately launched an investigation and eventually fired the young mother. The reason for the dismissal was not the topless photos, but the fact that several pictures showed the logo of the service, which was used without permission.
Delogri complained that this decision was sexist, because male firefighters often pose shirtless for calendars. But legally, her employer was right. A representative of the public relations service said: "What employees do in their free time is their business, but if they use our brand at the same time, they represent our organization. It doesn't matter to us whether they are men or women working for pay or on a voluntary basis. We do not want our brand to be used in any commercial activity without our permission."
In her defense, McKinney said that she and her friend created the page as a joke and in fact she never had drugs with her. The students found her colorful photos and tweets about marijuana very cool and wrote online so that the teacher would not be punished. Nevertheless, McKinney was fired.
The girl was called to the director's office on April 29 and showed photos of one of her photo sessions. When Olivia confirmed that she was really in the pictures, she was immediately fired. Although there is a silver lining: having lost her job in the field of education, the former teacher received new prospects in the work of a model. Unexpectedly, the magazine "Hustler" persuaded Olivia to shoot nude in September 2014, although she had previously stated that she would never do it.
For some reason, Rochelle was sure that her statements on the web would remain unnoticed by anyone except her friends. But as soon as the zoo administration saw the racist post, the girl immediately lost her job, which caused her so much irritation. Perhaps it's for the best for everyone.
Sarkisova starred nude for the American magazine Penthouse, after which the opera administration reprimanded her. Just a few weeks later, the dancer appeared on the cover of the Austrian magazine Weiner. There, Sarkisova was depicted topless, and the caption read: "A naked ballerina, such a ballet as we love."
The director of the Vienna Opera Ballet, Manuel Legri, considered that such behavior was unworthy of an artist of the academic theater and dismissed Sarkisova. As for Karina, she stated that she feels like a victim of discrimination as a result of the scandal that broke out. Although in the end, after "sincere repentance", the ballerina was reinstated.
During the investigation, the authorities found 247 pornographic photos of herself on Dane's work computer, and in some of them the woman was in her police sergeant uniform. The authorities were shocked to learn that Dane posted these obscene photos on pornographic sites and sites designed for virtual sex, and also sent them to a man she met on a sex site.
Amid the scandal, Dane resigned from her position as a police officer, and her employers campaigned for her to never be able to work in law enforcement again.
Everything changed in 2012, when a student brought a photo of Webb in her underwear to the former principal of the school, in which she was about 20 years old. The director decided that the photos were too easily accessible for students, and filed a complaint with the Ministry of Education, which led to the fact that the woman was fired. At the same time, she lost her job shortly before the school was supposed to conclude a lifetime employment contract with her.
Webb, who says that most of the photos on the Internet were changed using Photoshop, placing her face on other bodies, filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Education in Brooklyn Supreme Court. She claims that she was unlawfully dismissed and that she was subjected to sexual discrimination. After five years, her case is still pending in court, while the woman continues to work in the teaching field in New Jersey.
The girl claimed that she did not know what was written and painted on the young man when she posed against his background. But the fact remains, in the photo she was holding a marker in her hands. The New England Patriots football team, in which the girl began working as a cheerleader right after graduation, decided to say goodbye to her as soon as the photos with swastikas became public.
Sarah commented on the current situation as follows: "I know a lot of educated and very smart women who work in the sex industry because they like it, it's what they love and what they do well. But this does not mean that working in the sex industry makes them less able to do other types of work."
However, given the fact that in Pennsylvania practices employment without a collective labor agreement, employers can come up with different reasons for firing employees, unless, of course, they are discrimination. Hunter plans to continue looking for work outside of the entertainment industry, while at the same time moonlighting as a model.