LAW PROFESSOR FAILS TO FILE TAX RETURNS, GETS PROSECUTED AND CONVICTED FOR IT, THEN SUES HER EMPLOYER FOR FIRING HER
A law professor (apparently she taught criminal law, not tax law, but claimed to have worked as a tax lawyer before becoming a professor) was convicted for criminal failure to file Minnesota income tax returns.
Her excuse for not filing tax returns? She has ADD!
Predictably, her criminal conviction negatively affected her employment status as a law professor. She then filed two lawsuits claiming that she was wrongfully fired.
Her reason that her firing was wrongful? Collusion to violate her rights!
As they say, you can’t make this stuff up.
The lawsuits, by the way, were unsuccessful.
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