By Laura MecklerThe Black Shirt dress women suit alleges that she wore a black shirt to the White House.
The suit alleges, “She was not wearing a dress.
She was wearing a black-and-white striped black shirt and jeans.”
She was also wearing a red, red, and blue necklace.
On Monday, the suit filed a motion to dismiss the suit.
The lawyer for the suit, Gloria Allred, told Politico the suit is “the most ridiculous claim that you can possibly make, because it is just not true.”
“I think it’s just ludicrous,” she said.
“The truth is, there is no evidence of any violation of the dress code.”
The suit alleges the suit “is simply a frivolous attempt to force her to wear a dress in order to perform her job as a White House correspondent.”
The dress code, she said, is not the issue, as her suit “fails to allege any such violation.”
White House press secretary Josh Earnest told reporters on Monday that the suit’s claims are “baseless” and the White, House Office of Special Counsel will review the matter.
The suit is the latest in a series of high-profile suits alleging sexual harassment or gender discrimination.
On Monday, a former White House intern, Lauren Sivan, filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump and his former press secretary, Sean Spicer, accusing the two men of sexual harassment.