Citi Takes The Gloves Off On Debrahlee Lorenzana Case

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Since the Debrahlee "Too Hot For Citi" Lorenzana story has come out-- which has included soft-core porn spreads, morning show appearances, and allegations that DL was canned because her presence distracted her male colleagues, who supposedly couldn't work in her presence because their "penises were standing up"-- Citi has had to keep its thoughts on the matter relatively brief. They still have to go to arbitration with this lady and Jamie Dimon and his firm are the only ones allowed to tell a woman to "zip it, Toots" without taking any heat. So while we've heard lots of "this case is without merit," and so on an so forth, we've yet to have Citi tell us how they really feel, re: the girl who dreamed of being "Tits on a Stick." Today that ends, with a spokeswoman for the bank offering that in her opinion, this chick is not that hot.

Citibank rep Natalie Riper [noted], "Just because she's saying she was too hot doesn't mean it's so."

Tomorrow, Vikram Pandit's "brutal truth" on the bazonkas in question. Not to be missed.

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Remember Debrahlee Lorenzana? For those with short memories, two years ago, Lorenzana sued Citibank for firing her for allegedly being "too hot," a claim representatives of the bank denied several times, while also calling her an attention whore. After the initial hoopla, interest in Lorenzana, who once appeared on a TV show discussing her reasons for having her breasts enlarged (she wanted to look like "tits on a stick" in order to attract a "professional, well-educated man) died down and many likely forgot about the story of T's on an S versus Citi.  In a Daily News article today, though, Debs said that she passed on a settlement wanting instead to "press on." While it's not clear that anyone reading the piece took it to mean Lorenzana had in fact received damages for her hotness, Citi, which long ago had it with this chick, was not having it. Lest there be any confusion about whether or not she extracted jack from Vikram et al, the bank has gone on record to say: "The case is concluded, and Citibank did not enter into any kind of a settlement with Ms. Lorenzana or provide any payment to her."