Former FBI Worker Sues, Claiming She Was Harassed For Being Attractive

Over the last few years, several women have sued their employers, claiming that they were treated unfairly because of their above-average looks. The public usually has a good laugh at their expense, and the lawsuits don't have a great record of success. But that hasn't deterred an FBI employee and professional singer, who is now suing the Department of Justice, claiming her co-workers harassed and discriminated against her because they were "jealous of her appearance and Latin singing career."

Erika Bonilla, 38, began working at the FBI field office in Albuquerque, N.M. a decade ago, reports ABC News, and in 2007 she was promoted to administrative specialist, doing recruitment, applicant testing, and human resources work, according to her lawsuit.