Former employees sue a Michigan dentist because of her 24/7 Christian music streaming. (Flickr/Creative Commons)
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Former employees are suing a Michigan dentist over her Christian music streaming, according to several reports.
Four former employees of Dr. Tina Marshall say they left or were fired because of the music, according toClarktson News.
"I told her I did not think it was right to play the music all the time, as we had a wide range of religious beliefs as patients. She told me, 'You have to plant the seeds' and the music had to be played 24/7, even if no one was in the building, 'to keep the demons out,'"Nancy Kordus said.
Marshall's lawyer Keith Jablonski toldThe Washington Postthe former employees want to profit off their own prejudices toward Christianity.
Jablonski said Marshall is "being attacked in this lawsuit for her Christian beliefs, based solely on her desire to play religious music and radio stations in the dental office of the business that she owns."
The Postreports Marshall began playing Christian music in 2013 when she remodeled her office with the help of Christian chiropractor Craig Stasio.
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