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Chris Judd’s brand settles sexual discrimination claim

AFL legend Chris Judd’s sportswear brand has settled an unfair dismissal claim with a former manager out of a court.

Nancy Mo sued the high-end brand Jaggad, as well as Judd’s business partner and close friend Steven Greene, claiming unfair dismissal and sexual discrimination, according to the Herald Sun.

Judd’s wife Bec, a media personality and model, features heavily in promotion for the brand’s gear. 

AFL legend Chris Judd’s sportswear brand has settled an unfair dismissal claim with a former manager out of a court

Nancy Mo sued the high-end brand Jaggad, as well as Judd's business partner and close friend Steven Greene (Ms Mo pictured right with Judd)

Nancy Mo sued the high-end brand Jaggad, as well as Judd’s business partner and close friend Steven Greene (Ms Mo pictured right with Judd)

Judd's wife Bec, a media personality and model, features heavily in promotion for the brand's gear

Judd’s wife Bec, a media personality and model, features heavily in promotion for the brand’s gear

Ms Mo was seeking loss of earnings and damages, but details of the settlement are confidential.

She claimed she was subjected to a culture of sexism and bullying at Jaggad.

The former employee also claimed she had been fired while on maternity leave.

The former manager was paid $100,000 a year for working 30 hours per week, and Jaggad argued she was made redundant for financial reasons.

The company said Ms Mo made her complaint after she had been made redundant.

She accused Greene – also a former AFL player – of saying he wanted to have a ‘threesome’ with a Jaggad model, as well as making crude jokes about butt implants.

Ms Mo claimed Greene (pictured left with Judd) had said he hoped another employee 'has a horrible accident and dies'

Ms Mo was seeking loss of earnings and damages, but details of the settlement are confidential

Ms Mo (right) claimed Greene (pictured left with Judd) had said he hoped another employee ‘has a horrible accident and dies’

Ms Mo also claimed Greene had said he hoped another employee ‘has a horrible accident and dies’.

Jaggad denied those claims and that he had made derogatory comments regarding Sudanese refugee camps.

They said the claims were ‘vague and embarrassing’. 

They claimed Ms Mo’s duties were taken over by another member of staff, and that the business had restructured due to ‘ongoing financial strain… and significant cashflow issues’.

Jaggad has two stores in Melbourne, in Brighton and Armadale.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Jaggad for comment. 

Jaggad denied those claims and that he had made derogatory comments regarding Sudanese refugee camps

Jaggad denied those claims and that he had made derogatory comments regarding Sudanese refugee camps



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