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Wells Fargo Fires Manager for Bringing Concealed Weapon to Work

Former Wells Fargo manager sues bank after she's fired for bringing a handgun onto company property.
(WFLA) A Tampa, Florida woman who says she was fired for bringing her concealed firearm to work is suing her former employer Wells Fargo Bank.

"Never in a million years did I think I would be fired when I'm the manager of that branch and when I have a concealed weapons license," said Ivette Ros, whose lawsuit is against Wells Fargo and its district manager.

A Wells Fargo spokeswoman declined to comment on the lawsuit, but confirmed Wells Fargo has a policy under which employees are "strictly prohibited" from having firearms and weapons on company premises.

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