A Victim of Sex Assault, Fired From Public Service For Having A Gun Permit

A former Department of Virginia Social Services, Storm Durham, employee who describes herself as a “22 year old blonde, 5’2 tall and 140 pounds who loves everything Disney, pink, and basic,” asserts that she was escorted out of her office by three Roanoke, VA police officers after she was fired. She was, according to a post on Facebook, not even allowed to use the bathroom due to “serious safety concerns to the building.”“I was fired today due to having a concealed carry permit,” Durham wrote on Facebook. “Was my gun on me? No! Has it ever been on me during my job, or visits, or anything related to work? No!

When I told them that it has never been on me during work, what did they say? ‘How do we know that?’”

“I got my concealed carry because I am woman, and y’all have seen the news it’s kind of crazy,” she said on a Facebook. In her post, she described herself as a “survivor or sexual assault.”

“I have a concealed carry permit. I own guns, I hunt, I target shoot. I represent Women hunters and outdoors women,” she wrote on her Facebook profile. “Does that make me a criminal? Does that make me a safety risk to others? A big enough safety risk to be escorted by three Roanoke City Police officers? So scary and threatening that I need to be treated like a criminal?

To be humiliated and looked down upon for owning a gun? For legally having a gun, registering that gun, and having the appropriate documentation for that gun?” “I’m going to fight back,” Durham said on Facebook. She is preparing to lawyer up to challenge what she considers wrongful termination. She is also preparing to meet with some U.S. politicians.

She does NOT want her job back, because she does “not want to work for these communists anymore.”


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  • March 15, 2018 at 7:55 pm

    I believe she has a VERY GOOD case against the local govt agency as well as the individuals involved in her term8nation. Assuming there are no other issues involved, she has broken no laws or work related policies. Th8s is pure overreach and a violationtrarytrary of her constitutional rights. From a legal stamdpoint, just he fact that the action is arbitrary and capricious on its face, should be sufficient to substantiate a case of wrongful termination. Good luck kid!


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