Testimony Continues in Sevier County Discrimination Case

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(KSL News) -- More testimony coming out of a discrimination case in Sevier County.

Former English teacher Erin Jensen says she was let go because she isn't a practicing member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints and because she's a woman. She said there were rumors going around at school she practiced witchcraft.

The cleaning staff testified Jensen resisted having her classroom cleaned. They say her windows were covered with black paper and someone claimed Jensen kept blood in the fridge.

In other testimony it was stated that Halloween is Jensen's favorite holiday and she doesn't hide the fact she prefers the dark side.

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