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Too Hot to Work: Fighting for Justice

Part 2: Nelson sued Knight, claiming sex discrimination, sparking a legal drama that made headlines.
06:34 | 08/02/2013

Transcript for Too Hot to Work: Fighting for Justice

Reporter: Ever thought you could be too good-looking for your own good? 33-year-old melissa nelson didn't either. But she was fired from her job as a dental assistant, with a month's severance, after... See More
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