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Nina Osegueda Claims She Was Fired Twice From Her Office Job For Being Too Sexy

I never knew you could get fired from a job for being too sexy. Well, according to one woman named Nina Osegueda, she was fired twice from her office job for being too sexy.

Here is how it happened via the New York Post;

A woman has claimed her body shape has affected how she’s been treated her entire life — starting from when she was a child.

“I was reprimanded twice at 2 different offices for dressing ‘inappropriately,’ “Nina Osegueda, 38, captioned her now-viral TikTok. “It’s just my shape.”

In the clip — which has been viewed more than 5.5 million times — the Washington, DC, resident said it doesn’t matter how she’s dressed because it’s always deemed “inappropriate” due to her curves.

“I learned that no matter how appropriately I’m dressed, my body is so distracting that I will never be dressed appropriately enough for the workplace,” she explained.

Osegueda — who also fronts the heavy metal band A Sound of Thunder — claimed in a previous TikTok she was fired on two separate occasions when she worked as a software trainer because her managers said she looked “too sexy” in workwear — admitting she’s been body-shamed by people since she was a teenager.

The 38-year-old said she was even fat-shamed by teachers when she was at school with adults constantly making remarks about her shape.

“I was on the swim team for most of my childhood and as soon as I hit my teen years, I was harassed by my teammates and my coaches. One coach, an adult woman, told me to ‘shake the fat off those thighs’ as a means of getting me to move faster,” she told the Daily Star.

And this is what social media folks think about her claims of being fired for being too sexy;

“My work bestie had this problem too. her body was rocking but was always sent to HR over complaints, no matter how modestly she was dressed. just sad,” one user shared.

“As a CHILD in middle school I got dressed coded for wearing the same things that other girls were, only I had more — let’s say assets — by then,” a woman wrote.

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