JetBlue Made Worker Expose Breasts For Drug Test, Says Suit

Law360 (March 21, 2019, 8:04 PM EDT) -- A former JetBlue Airways employee claims she was wrongly detained and forced to expose her breasts while giving a urine sample for a drug test after a work accident in a lawsuit the airline removed Thursday to federal court in Florida.

Janee Samson claims that the actions of JetBlue Airways Corp. and Examination Management Services Inc., which the airline contracted to conduct drug and alcohol testing, violated U.S. Department of Transportation rules and caused her emotional distress.

"In requiring Samson to submit to direct observation urine collections under circumstances that did not justify direct observation, EMSI and/or JetBlue engaged [in] intentional...

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