Plaintiff, YOLLIA CAMERON, complaining ofthe defendants, by her attorneys J. Patrick DeLince, ofDeLi~ce Law PLLC, and Shelley Ann Quilty-Lake, of Meenan & Associates, LLC, alleges and avers as follows:
NATURE OF THE CASE
1. YOLLIA CAMERON brings this employment discrimination and equal rights action seeking to remedy discrimination she suffered based on gender, pregnancy, and disability in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964,42 U.S.C. § 2000e et seq. ("Title VII"), as amended, and the New York City Human Rights Law, N.Y.C. Admin. Code § 8-101, et seq. ("NYCHRL") with respect to the terms, conditions, and privileges of her employment.
During the academic year 2009-2010 school year, YOLLIA CAMERON was hired as a substitute teacher at P.S. 25 in Brooklyn, New York. During the fall of 2010, Principal ANITA M. COLEY and Assistant Vice-Principal ESTHER WALKER WILSON, learned of Plaintiff s pregnancy and, in violation of law, perceived her physical condition as a disability that could prevent her from functioning in her position as a substitute teacher and stopped assigning her work. YOLLIA CAMERON also lost an advancement opportunity to apply for a school secretarial position opening, which had been previously offered to her in the spring of2010 by ANITA M. COLEY, after Ms. COLEY learned of Plaintiff s pregnancy.
The case settled before trial.