Bank faces lawsuit after firing employee for bringing gun to work

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A Tampa woman is suing Wells Fargo after she was fired from the bank for bringing her gun to work.

The Daily Mail reports that Ivette Ros, 37, has a concealed weapons permit and carries a nine millimeter handgun.

The single mother of three says she was fired from her job as a bank manager at the Oldsmar branch last year when bank officials were made aware of the deadly weapon she was concealing.

Ros' has filed a federal lawsuit claiming that the termination constitutes a violation of her constitutional right to carry arms.

'I’m a manager of a bank,' Ros told the Tampa Tribune. 'We have a lot of robberies that happen in our banks. I feel safer having that weapon if I ever needed to protect my employees.'

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Florida bank manager fired for bringing gun to work suing Wells Fargo

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