and additional damages for the alleged wiretapping.
The crux of the complaint is the October employment agreement she wants nullified. The suit alleges that she was fraudulently pressured into signing the agreement by Wegener, who she says told her she needed to sign it quickly, with no time for legal review, because a potential investor was demanding it. The investor never materialized, the suit says, and it charges that LeMond was already planning on terminating Jackson before she was asked to sign the agreement.
Interestingly, Connie Jackson is still listed as CEO on the Lemond website. That is NOT the hallmark of a company that has its act together:
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