By Anonymous - 26/03/2021 02:02
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and now you go get a lawyer and you sue her ass for it because I'm pretty sure that's blackmail or slander or something like that
she was never your friend, OP. definitely try and get her for slander/defamation of character. she was way out of line to do that. wish you the best of luck
(1) It’s your own fault for posting negative comments about your boss and workplace online. Maybe if you had spent more energy doing your job and less time on social media while you were “at work” you would have had a better relationship with your boss to start with. And, anyone could have shared what you posted with your boss and the result would be the same - Your getting fired. (2) Your co-worker is not your friend. Don’t confuse the two. Keep work professional and confide verbally in your actual friends - not in texts, and certainly not online where anyone in your circle could share it. (3) Your co-worker tried to take advantage of you - Further proof they were never your friend.