Gabrielle Union Filed A Complaint Against 'Americas Got Talent'

Gabrielle Union on Thursday filed a complaint against the producers of NBC's "America's Got Talent," alleging she experienced discrimination, harassment and retaliation during her stint on the show.

The actress filed the complaint with California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), claiming she was forced out of the show for "her refusal to remain silent in the face of a toxic culture at ('America's Got Talent') that included racist jokes, racist performances, sexual orientation discrimination, and excessive focus on female judges’ appearances, including race-related comments."

Union left the long-running talent competition show in November after only one season as a judge.

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