Scarlett, who is considering taking legal action following her dismissal, said: “I can only assume I got racially stereotyped as being the angry person in this situation even though I was the victim of something. I also got told by colleagues my manager said I got fired for being divisive when actually I got along with the vast majority of people.”
Just 'the vast majority', eh? What about the others?
...a number of colleagues complained and claimed they felt pressured into expressing support for BLM by Scarlett.
She had burst into tears and fallen to the floor and, when the manager came to ask what was going on, Scarlett said she did not want to speak to her.
Because that works, right? HR always recommend hysterics during discipline interviews...
Scarlett was among 50 young black Britons interviewed by the Guardian following anti-racism protests this summer.
Well, let's take a look at what she had to say then, shall we?
I was always quite angry at school. I always felt anxious and didn’t feel like I belonged. That’s not only to do with race but also my queerness as well.
You really couldn't make it up, could you?