A New York appeals court has upheld the dismissal of a county worker who helped organize an on-the-job “club,” dubbed the “I Hate Teena Club,” to show her disdain for a co-worker.

The 4-0 Appellate Division, 3rd Department, panel found that a hearing officer reasonably concluded that Penny Sindoni had created a “hostile, intimidating, disruptive” and “uncomfortable” work environment by showing animosity for co-worker Christeenia Cargill.

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