Judge rules that award-winning comedian, Mo’Nique, can move forward with Netflix lawsuit

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Two years after her claims that Netflix was biased in how they handled negotiations, comedian Mo’Nique scores a small victory in her lawsuit against the billion-dollar streaming service.

In 2019, Mo’Nique filed a lawsuit against Netflix claiming that they discriminated against her based on her gender and race. Netflix attempted to get it thrown out. Recently, a US district judge ruled that Mo’Nique’s claims are plausible enough to move forward to trial.

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