Former Casino Waitresses Sue, Claiming They Were Fired For Getting Pregnant



If the uniform doesn't fit, must you quit? That's a policy that two former cocktail waitresses are challenging, saying in a lawsuit that a Philadelphia-area casino illegally discriminated against them for becoming pregnant.

The women, Alycia Campiglia, 27, and Christina Aicher, 31, both became pregnant in 2008 while working at the Parx Casino in Bensalem, Pa., and claim in a lawsuit that they were demoted after telling managers that they were expecting, the Philadelphia Daily News reports. Both women were later fired.