Posted by MTV News on January 22, 2018 05:25:27A woman in Utah, in the United States, is in hot water for posting on Facebook about her plans to start a grocery store and earn money while she is there.
On Monday, Jan. 22, Sarah Miller posted a picture on her Facebook page with her husband and two young children with the caption: “Gotta work today.
What are the kids doing?
I’m gonna start this little business.”
She said that she is in Utah and will have an office there.
According to a report by the Salt Lake Tribune, Miller posted that she was “gonna do a grocery business and make money and help the poor,” and she was also going to use her business for “religious purposes.”
The Tribune said that Miller, who said that her goal was to open a grocery shop, was told by her employer, the Salt Land County Fair, that her post violated the Utah Human Rights Act.
Miller said that while she felt she was being discriminated against, she felt that the Fair discriminated against her for being transgender.
The Fair said that it would not comment on specific employees and declined to comment on the specific employment arrangements that Miller had.
The Utah Human Relations Commission said in a statement that it was looking into the case, and that it has launched an investigation.
“We are working with the Fair and Salt Land to determine what happened and what action is required to remedy this situation,” the statement said.
Miller’s husband, Andrew Miller, told the Tribune that the couple decided to move to Utah in February after the election of Donald Trump as president.
“He’s a huge fan of my husband, and I think the country needs to know that there’s a bunch of people like him,” he said.
“There are a lot of women out there who are doing amazing things,” he added.
“And he has to do what’s right for his family and his business.”
The Millers said they decided to leave the U.S. for the sake of their family, and said that they plan to continue to open their own grocery store.