A victim of the October 2017 shooting massacre in Las Vegas says he was forced to leave his job after management ridiculed him, told him to “suck it up” and to “get over it” after he informed them he had post-traumatic stress disorder.

In the lawsuit filed Tuesday in Torrington Superior Court, Charles Giampaolo alleges he was a top salesman at Elevator Service Co. Inc. until the company made his job unbearable, giving him no choice but to leave on April 11, 2018.

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