BILL CABEZO is a cab driver in the Bay Area.
When she first moved to the San Fernando Valley, she worked in the tech industry for a company called Airbnb, which was acquired by the company, and it was in the Valley where she had to pay her taxes.
In 2019, she moved to Seattle.
The next year, she received a bill from the city of San Francisco that she had missed.
She was told that she would have to pay $1,000 in rent for the apartment, which she did.
She called the police and the city was able to charge her $1.25 million.
The city was so angry that she was able at last to get her money, she said, but that was only the beginning of the story.
In her lawsuit against the city, Cabezo alleged that she felt discriminated against because she was black and that the city did not give her a fair chance to collect her money.
In an interview with The Huffington Post, Cabezo described the experience as “a horrible ordeal.”
The city of Seattle refused to give her any kind of explanation.
When asked why the city didn’t try to help Cabezos case, Mayor Ed Murray said, “I’m not going to talk about that.”
He added that Cabeza should have been told that it was illegal to discriminate based on race, but “I guess I’m the only mayor that would ever think of doing that.”
CabeZo has been fighting for the right to collect taxes from cab drivers in Seattle since 2012.
She said that she tried to collect the taxes when she first arrived in the city.
But the city has been slow to act, and she is now waiting for her next paycheck.
“We’ve been waiting so long,” she said.
Cabezs lawsuit against Seattle’s taxi industry is one of many that are being filed by African Americans against the City of Seattle.
According to Cabez, the city’s unwillingness to treat drivers fairly has affected her ability to collect more taxes than anyone else.
“The fact that it’s so hard to collect, because of the discrimination that exists, is making me very frustrated with the system,” she told The Huffington