Flight Attendant Accused of Bringing Critters Onboard Sues Airline

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    http://abcnews.go.com/Travel/flight...s-onboard-sues/story?id=19602990#.UdyGZfYo4dU

    An American Airlines flight attendant whose co-workers accused her of smuggling her pet rats onto aircraft in her underwear and pantyhose is suing the airline.

    A lawsuit filed last month in a New York court claims that Louann Giambattista, 55, a flight attendant with American Airlines since 1979, was "outrageously discriminated against" because of a "perceived mental disability" resulting in a "hostile work environment."

    The suit is filed under the Americans With Disabilities Act.

    Her attorney, Steven Morelli, said his client is not mentally disabled but rather being discriminated against because of the perception of a mental disability, which he said the disabilities act covers. He denies that she brought rats onboard flights.

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