cbsA Dallas woman has filed suit against L-A Fitness for comments and exercises her trainers made her do. She says they were sexually suggestive. You would think the suit filed would be for sexual harassment. But no, Chase Laws, the attorney who filed it, said that would be for the workplace. “He would answer bluntly, ‘So, I can see your chest move while you do it. And, not in an exercising kind of way. More in a sexual way,” Johnson said. ut she said nothing. She just stopped going only to return for a new trainer. But the new trainer also made sexually suggestive comments, even sending her a vulgar text. Her five-year-old son had the phone when it came in. He filed a suit saying Jamie Johnson had suffered traumatic emotional distress and couldn’t function through her daily activities. And, because of that, her husband suffered too. Johnson said she tried going back to a gym regularly but hasn’t been able to.

So what you’re claiming, lady, is that the hyper-fit workout maniac personal trainers got such a hard-on for your dangling triceps fat and chubby gorilla mams that not one but TWO of them saw past the miles of yoga pants and tight abs to make sexual passes at you. So many come-on attempts that it caused you (and your husband) TRAUMA and is the sole reason why you don’t go regularly to another gym. Right. Just wanted to make sure we had it all out on the table.

Jamie, you’re literally a great big fat liar.

Unless each of these personal trainers were also 45 year-old out of shape black electricians, there’s no way people can believe that this series of events happened in reality. These comments and ONE text message from the guy TRAUMATIZED you so much that you can’t work out at ANY gym? That’s got fat kid excuse rubbed all over it.

“I would like to have these guys realize they can’t treat women this way.” “And also lots of money. Lots and lots of free money.”