A 2019 film shoot for the Netflix series “Queer Eye” has become the subject of a racial discrimination lawsuit after an employee at the Philadelphia Old Navy where the filming took place has alleged that white temporary workers were bussed in from around the region to be shown working in the store while the Black and Asian employees were forced to remain off camera in the back of the store.
The lawsuit, Clarke v. Old Navy, was filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
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