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Luderus v. U.S. Helicopters, Inc.

United States District Court, Seventh Circuit

June 13, 2013

KIMBERLY LUDERUS, Plaintiff,
v.
U.S. HELICOPTERS, INC., Defendant.

MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER

JAMES B. ZAGEL, District Judge.

On February 25, 2013, I entered an order dismissing Plaintiff's one-count Complaint for gender discrimination and granting her leave to amend. The original Complaint was dismissed because it did "not allege a single fact from which this Court [could] plausibly infer that [Plaintiff] is entitled to relief." Simply put, Plaintiff did not plead any facts to describe how she was subject to gender discrimination. Rather, the complaint contained only a threadbare recital of the basic elements of a Title VII claim. Plaintiff has now filed an Amended Complaint in which she lists six male coemployees and alleges that they engaged in certain conduct for which they were not terminated. This list is meaningless, however, because Plaintiff still fails to allege what happened to her. I cannot plausibly infer gender discrimination because I have no facts by which to compare Defendant's treatment of Plaintiff to Defendant's alleged treatment of similarly situated male coemployees. This case is dismissed with prejudice.[1]


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