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Gay, disabled ex-employee sues loanDepot for discrimination

Anthony Hsieh, founder and CEO of loandepot

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Anthony Hsieh, founder and CEO of loandepot

A former loanDepot employee has filed a lawsuit against the company and its CEO, Anthony Hsieh, for allegedly discriminating against him due to his physical disabilities and his sexual orientation. This is the second lawsuit filed this year that alleges a toxic, masculine culture at the California-based nonbank lender.

Trevor Dickens, 29, worked for loanDepot from 2015-2017 and 2020-2021, at the call center located in Plano (TX), when the company allegedly refused accommodations details ⇒

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