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Former Graysville employee files suit against city

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Graysville, TN (WRCB) -  A former employee for the city of Graysville has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the city, and several officials.

The former Graysville City Recorder was fired in May resulting from a legal scandal involving Police Chief, Erik Redden. 

The termination letter from the city cited the reason for the firing as  "majority of board did not appreciate her turning the chief of police in for his criminal activity."

The city's Vice Mayor Denesa Reel, Commissioner Andy Beene and Commissioner Michael May are all listed in the suit.   Redden was reinstated as chief back in July after being indicted on 10-counts of official misconduct following a TBI investigation.
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