Two Former Employees Sue ESPN Over CCP Virus Vaccine Mandate

According to media reports on January 11th, two former ESPN employees have sued the network and its parent company, Walt Disney, over their terminations in 2021 after refusing to get the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus vaccine.

 In a complaint filed in a Connecticut court on the 11th, former ESPN reporter Allison Williams and longtime producer Beth Faber alleged that the company made “no serious attempt” to accommodate their COVID-19 exemption requests.

 According to the lawsuit, Faber, who had been with the company for more than 30 years, requested an exemption to the company’s vaccine mandate in June 2021 based on her religious beliefs, saying the vaccine goes “against what God wants”” her to put in her body. ESPN denied Faber’s CCP-virus exemption request, stating that she didn’t provide “sufficient documentation” to support her request. Faber went back and forth with company executives on the issue until the network officially terminated her contract in September, the complaint states.

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