United States District Court, N.D. Illinois, Western Division
G. Reinhard Judge
reasons stated below, defendant's motion  for summary
judgment is granted. Judgment is entered in favor of
defendant and against plaintiff. Plaintiff's motion for
summary judgment  is stricken. This case is terminated.
Emma Wiggins, pro se, brought this action against defendant,
Servicom, LLC, her former employer in the Circuit Court for
the 17th Judicial Circuit, Winnebago County,
Illinois. Defendant removed to this court based on federal
question jurisdiction. 28 U.S.C. § 1331 and moves for
summary judgment .
identifying herself and the defendant, plaintiff's
complaint, in its entirety, is as follows:
was employed 10-5-15 to 3-9-16 as a sales agent:
1. Age discrimination.
2. Religion discrimination.
4. Title VII of Civil Rights Act 1964
the complaint with the EEOC in Chicago in March of this year
2016. I filed all necessary paperwork and including request
for employment 1) investigation of the accusations by
plaintiff which included 2) theft of the financial documents
from purse. And 3) work station area. Also 4)supervisor told
my property manager I stole something of her's from her
desk. 5) I tried applying for 401k several times HR stated
they kept putting it through .. Come back unfiled still. 6)
Applied for an apt Feb 2016 there was a bad reference given.
Received Right to Sue letter from EEOC within 90 days.
Plaintiff is suing in the amount of $800, 000.”
Plaintiff has not complied with LR56.1(b). She has not filed
a memorandum of law in opposition to summary judgment as
required by LR56.1(b)(2). The failure to file this required
memorandum is a sufficient basis on its own to grant summary
judgment to defendant. Nowak v. Transportation Joint
Agreement of Community Consolidated School District No.
47, 255 Fed.Appx. 85, 87 (7th Cir. 2007).
Compounding the problem, plaintiff has not filed a response
to defendant's LR56.1(a)(3) statement of facts as
required by LR56.1(b)(3)(A), nor a statement of additional
facts pursuant to LR56.1(b)(3)(B). Thus, she has not offered
any facts or offered any legal argument to support any claim,
on any theory, against defendant.
facts in defendant's LR56.1(a)(3) statement are deemed
admitted. LR56.1(b)(3)(B). Those facts show eight employees
complaining about plaintiff's conduct toward them. This
conduct included arguing, picking on others for no reason,
accusing other employees of stealing from plaintiff's
purse, and outbursts at other employees. Employees reported
feeling threatened by plaintiff due to her abusive language
and confrontational behavior; feeling unsafe and afraid
plaintiff would physically assault someone someday. Plaintiff
was terminated because she was ...