Job was told not to celebrate. Unwanted party awarded him $450K

Anxiety-ridden Kentucky man asked his former employer not to celebrate his birthday.

On Aug. 7, 2019, Kevin Berling was enraged when Gravity Diagnostics surprised him with a lunchtime celebration.

Berling was fired days later, according to a lawsuit he filed in Kenton County.

A jury awarded him $450,000 on March 31. According to court documents, Berling's anxiety disability resulted in "adverse employment action."

In August 2019, Berling informed his office manager that he would not be celebrating his birthday due to a panic attack.

The company holds birthday parties for employees, according to the 2019 lawsuit.

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