A mother of two donated her kidney to her boss and then was fired because it took too long to recover A mother of two donated her kidney to her boss and then was fired because it took too long to recover
Debbie Stevens, a mother of two donated her kidney to her boss Jackie Brucia. A few days after the surgery she claimed she was... A mother of two donated her kidney to her boss and then was fired because it took too long to recover

Debbie Stevens, a mother of two donated her kidney to her boss Jackie Brucia. A few days after the surgery she claimed she was fired.

She met Jackie while working at Atlantic Automotive Group in New York. After two years working as a clerk Debbie left the company and went to Florida. A few months later when she came back for a visit she met Jackie and found out about her health problems. Debbie offered to donate her kidney, because she was kind and generous woman, and Jackie denied (just at first).

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After living a couple of months in Florida she decided to come back and asked for her old job. Having in mind the kidney offer her boss took her back real quick. After a couple of months working her boss approached her and asked if she is still ready to donate her kidney, because her donor was denied. Of course Debbie helped her, because she is a generous person and could just let her die.

In August 2011, although she was not a compatible donor, Debbie donated her kidney to a transplant group where Jackie was allowed to take the needed one. This surgery brought Stevens digestive problems and legs pain.

Few days later Debbie was pressured to come back to work and was told that the other people were going to think she was treated in a special way. She was fired immediately, because of being unable to go back to work. She made plans to stay on this job until retirement.

The betrayed woman turned to New York Human Rights Commission by filling a complaint claiming that her boss only sought benefit from her and then fired her. To these allegations 61-year-old Jackie responded that it’s not truth and she will always be grateful to Debbie, because she did a wonderful lifesaving thing. She also stated that Debbie was fired, because it took her too long to recover.

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Lenard Leeds, Stevens’ lawyer claimed he will sue the company for discrimination. According to him she could get millions of dollars in compensation.

Debbie Stevens’ claims are groundless according to her former employers. Robert Milman, the lawyer of Atlantic Auto said that the company acted fairly at every turn. He added that they expect the case to be resolved quick and easy.

Debbie Stevens wants her kidney back, but there would be at least 4 surgeries for this to happen. Feeling betrayed she took this decision and explained that this was very hurtful experience for her.

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  • Jasmin

    2018-12-16 #1 Author

    Wow never seen that That’s sad 💯😭😷 why would she do that anyway she want her boss too really like her she’s crazy I can’t do that I would’ve been like dang boss

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  • Keyarea

    2018-12-17 #2 Author

    Omggg wow this is messed up

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  • Destiny Richardson

    2018-12-17 #3 Author

    I feel like the boss is selfish, and ungrateful! In this case you shouldn’t act this way. If someone is there for you when you’re in need they should be able to expect the same energy from you, although, everyone not going to have a good heart so you can’t go out your way to do for just anybody!

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  • Cynquest A

    2018-12-17 #4 Author

    How terrible😓 she did a good deed

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  • Dekayla polk

    2018-12-19 #5 Author

    Wow this woman did a good deed just for it to blow up in her face that’s sad.

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  • Shamir

    2018-12-19 #6 Author

    Wow!!! Thats crazy thatcyou would get fired for that reason 😈

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  • Kee Brooks

    2018-12-19 #7 Author

    Horrible!!! He needs to be sued

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  • Kerri Dorn

    2018-12-21 #9 Author

    That women did not deserve that for doing good

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