Steve Sarkisian Sues USC For $30M, Claims Wrongful Termination
The former USC head football coach was fired in October after a string of reported incidents involving alcohol.By Matt Moreno | December 7, 2015
Former USC head football coach Steve Sarkisian reportedly wants the school to pay him more than $30 million after he says it wrongfully fired him for a disability in October.
Sarkisian was fired from USC after his reported involvement in a string of incidents involving alcohol. He filed the lawsuit in California.
Sarkisian's lawyer told TMZ: "Alcoholism is a recognized disability under California law. So firing somebody because of that disability is against the law."