A woman who claimed on Facebook that she would have slit a co-worker’s throat during an alleged altercation had they not been on the job is ineligible for unemployment benefits, the Commonwealth Court has ruled.

A three-judge panel consisting of President Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt and Judges Anne Covey and Michael Wojcik denied Shannon Cummins’ appeal of an Unemployment Compensation Board of Review’s determination that she committed misconduct disqualifying her from receiving benefits.

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