"Super Mayor" Under Fire AGAIN After Ex-Employee's NEW Outrageous Claims

By Greg Moriarty | Tuesday, 18 June 2024 09:30 AM
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The Mayor of Dolton, Illinois, Tiffany Henyard, is once again embroiled in legal controversy.

This follows a recent lawsuit filed by a former employee who alleges that he was unjustly dismissed from his position. As reported by Fox News, the ex-Maintenance Manager, Dwayne Thrash, claims that his refusal to participate in the Mayor's scheme to dismiss another employee led to his own termination.

Thrash's lawsuit alleges that since Henyard assumed the role of Mayor of Dolton and Supervisor of Thornton Township, she and her close associates, including her assistant Keith Freeman, have been systematically dismissing employees they perceive as potential political threats or who defy their commands. "Ever since Henyard became Mayor of the Village of Dolton and Supervisor of Thornton Township, she and her closest allies within the Village of Dolton and Thornton Township, including Freeman, have terminated the employment of several individuals they feel pose a political threat to Henyard and her public image, and/or who run afoul of Henyard and/or Freeman by defying their wishes," the lawsuit read.

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The complaint further details an incident in 2023, where Thrash alleges that Henyard and Freeman solicited his assistance in firing Sarie E. Winner, the attorney for Thornton Township Trustees of Schools, with the intention of replacing her with Del Galdo Law Group LLC, Freeman's preferred law firm. Thrash declined to participate in this plot and abstained from attending the special meeting intended to facilitate the change. His refusal to partake in their "schemes and conspiracies" led to the plan's failure.

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"In response thereto, Thrash told Henyard and Freeman something to the effect of ‘you want to fire everyone in the office and I’m not going to go along with that,’" the lawsuit read. Following a scheduled vacation, Thrash was abruptly dismissed from his position for alleged misconduct and insubordination. The termination notice accused him of failing to "punch in and out appropriately" and cited "insubordination and unsatisfactory work performance" as reasons for his dismissal, despite these infractions supposedly occurring during his vacation.

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The lawsuit also alleges that other employees were similarly dismissed for not complying with Henyard or Freeman's directives. Thrash is seeking to have three purportedly false write-ups expunged from his record and is also seeking statutory and compensatory damages for his termination.

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Fox News Digital reached out to Henyard’s office for a comment. Henyard, who refers to herself as the "super mayor" of a small town south of Chicago, has been in the national spotlight due to ongoing investigations into her spending habits. In addition to facing two federal investigations, Henyard is also contending with another lawsuit from a former employee who alleges she was compelled to work from her car before being eventually dismissed.

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"People have really been damaged by this administration," former Thornton Township Human Resources manager Sandra Tracy told Fox News program "America’s Newsroom." "My personal situation is that I was trying very hard to get paid, and I couldn’t get anybody to respond to me — not to call, text or email."

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