.....On Oct. 26, 2009, she was in the company’s parking lot when she experienced her first and only serious hypoglycemic episode, was taken to the hospital, treated for low blood sugar, and released, according to the complaint.
After that incident, Mackey became hostile toward her, according to the complaint.
On Dec. 8, he asked Mauser to retire because of her “’medical condition’” and Groathouse owners’ concerns she might have another low blood sugar reaction, according to the complaint.
She refused, saying she loved her job and was able to perform it despite her disability, according to the complaint.
Mackey’s hostility increased with condescending remarks, berating her in front of other employees, and he made it difficult for her to schedule medical appointments, according to the complaint. He did not treat men with disabilities harshly and hostilely, according to the complaint.