Woman claims racial discrimination by local restaurant
A video featuring the J. Alexander's restaurant in West Bloomfield is going viral. In the video, you can watch the aftermath of an incident inside the restaurant involving customer Lia Gant.
Gant, who is African American, recorded the video after claiming she was forced to leave the restaurant. She said it all started when a restaurant employee tried to force her to give up her seat for two white men Thursday.
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