In the original complaint, his grammatically challenged lawyer, Gregory D. Curtis, Esquire, initially claimed that Frantzie was deprived of his rights due to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Florida Civil Rights act of 1992, Florida Statue [sic] 760.
Not only did the lawyer spell “statute” wrong, he also cited the wrong law upon which to base his lawsuit. As such, the amended complaint alleges that the defendants violated his client’s civil rights per “42 U.S.C. 1983, which provide [sic] for relief against discrimination and harassment in employment on the basis of race related thereto.”
Oh, yeah. That’s some fine legal work there. I hope he’s not charging Frantzie by the hour.
Then again, if the Sporkweasel of NMB could afford a good lawyer, he wouldn’t be stealing money from churches or filing frivolous lawsuits.
In other words, he thinks city officials are ostracizing him because he’s black and the only Haitian on the commission.
The fact that he’s an evil, lying, manipulative, pint-sized succubus, who constantly breaks the law, couldn’t possibly be the reason he’s a pariah. Nah!
Frantzie’s defense is that he’s “a member of the protected class.”
Because of all the imaginary discrimination he’s up against, the Con Man of NMB is asking the court to permanently stop the city from enforcing the law.
Oh, and he also wants the judge to award him attorney’s fees, court costs, and – hold on to your gut – “damages for anger, embarrassment, mental anguish and reputation harm.”
As everyone already knows, Frantz Pierre has an anger management problem.
The Tiny Terror of NMB has been a menace to society since the day his council seat was purchased for him in 2007 by the late Bill Borkan in order to stop development in the city. Because of his obvious Napoleon Complex, the diminutive Commissionweasel is compelled to bully and blame others for his own multitude of shortcomings.
The real irony is that Frantz Pierre is responsible for the very “embarrassment, mental anguish and reputation harm” that he claims is the fault of everyone else.
- Was “engaged in a statutorily protected activity.”
- Was “the subject of unwelcomed activity.”
- Harassed “based on his engaging in the protected activity.”
If said “statutorily protected activity” includes berating and verbally assaulting a City of North Miami Beach Code Enforcement Officer, then yes, Frantzie is certainly guilty as charged.
And because he was harassed for committing such “statutorily protected activity,” he is demanding to be awarded “punitive damages.”
In other words, the Drama Queen of NMB has probably run out of money.
The Buffoon of NMB needs more bling, which is why he filed this ridiculous lawsuit.
And he’s apparently run out of churches to rob.
Poor, poor put-upon Pee-Aire claims that “the conduct of defendant’s was serious enough to affect the psychological wellbeing,” and that he was “subjected to an objectively hostile and abusive environment.”
Aside from the fact that the Sociopath of NMB was never psychologically sound to begin with, if anyone has created a hostile work environment, it would be L’il Frantzie P.
Let’s take a walk down memory lane, shall we?
On top of going postal on the Code Enforcement employee for attempting to do her job, remember that time Frantz Pierre:
- Filed a bogus restraining order against an opponent
- Committed perjury under oath
- Violated city code
- Intimidated and fought with a city employee
- Made false accusations against a city employee
- Attempted to coerce a city employee to lie for him
- Stole city property, including water
- Falsely accused a city employee of rigging a bid
- Installed a carpetbagger from MIRAMAR to run against one of his colleagues
- Lied to recuse himself from a vote
- Falsely accused the son of an elected official of deliberately causing his car accident
- Falsely accused the MAYOR of interfering with the bidding process (for which he was beautifully bitch slapped!)
- Conspired to steal FDLE funds from the city for a bogus non-profit
- And, of course, all those times he “won” elections by committing absentee ballot fraud
Frantz Pierre’s frivolous lawsuit further asserts, “As a direct, natural, proximate, and foreseeable result of the actions of North Miami Beach, Pierre has suffered past and future pecuniary [monetary] losses, emotional pain, and suffering, inconvenience mental anguish loss of enjoyment of life and other nonpecuniary losses.”
He also accuses Deputy Manager Mac Serda and City Attorney Jose Smith of engaging “in deliberate or reckless infliction of mental suffering,” which caused him severe “emotional distress.”
I don’t know about you, but …
Good luck finding his peers.
In all seriousness, Gregory D. Curtis, Esquire, might be a perfectly adequate attorney.
Specifically, Stephen Hunter Johnson, Esq., who is the Chair of the Miami-Dade Black Affairs Advisory Board, and Stephanie Pidermann, who was named as one of the 40 under 40 Outstanding Lawyers of South Florida by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
And, yes. It’s an unfair advantage.
Proverbially speaking, of course.
Since Frantzie decided to personally name City Attorney Jose Smith as one of the three defendants, the city was forced to hire an outside law firm to defend all of them.
And since good lawyers don’t come cheap, this defense is gonna cost NMB taxpayers a pretty penny.
Ironically, since Frantz Pierre is an “elected” (however fraudulently) representative of the City of North Miami Beach, as well as a taxpaying resident, he’s actually suing himself.
Start popping the corn.