“In her complaint, Plaintiff alleges that she engaged in a protected activity when she filed a charge with the EEOC, that she was terminated immediately, and that her filing of the charge caused her termination. Given the proximity of the termination to the charge, it is reasonable to infer at this stage of the litigation that Stewart’s charge caused her termination.”
Stewart v. Caton, 2013 WL 4459981, at *7 (E.D. La. Aug. 13, 2013) (Barbier, J.).