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Eastern Kentucky man claims Hazard Hampton Inn manager required him to undergo exorcism

The Hazard Hampton Inn’s job requirements are…unusual.

An Eastern Kentucky man has filed a religious discrimination lawsuit against the hotel and its manager, Sharon Lindon.  According to WDRB, Jason White claims he was harassed by Lindon once the front desk clerk revealed he was getting a divorce.  Blaming his marital problems on “demons,” Lindon allegedly asked White to get an exorcism to continue working at the hotel.

The suit, which names Lindon and Hampton Inn as defendants, alleges Fields was told if he was going to work for Lindon, he had to be “cleansed.”

In addition, Fields was given a form to fill out with questions about his religious background, if he had lustful thoughts, whether he was conceived out of wedlock or had been sexually abused and if he had ever “made a pact with the devil,” among other questions.

The form White refused to complete is bizarre, to say the least.

The lawsuit also claims that members of Lindon’s church came to the lobby of the hotel to pray for him while he was on duty at the front desk.  White eventually quit his job and filed the lawsuit March 21.

If you thought your work was hell, think again.


Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

37 responses to “Eastern Kentucky man claims Hazard Hampton Inn manager required him to undergo exorcism”

  1. Rod Crandler

    Number 18 should include “Kentucky Basketball”

    1. IrishCat

      And should definitely be circled!

  2. BlueJay

    That’s so Perry County

  3. katfan33

    Religious nut jobs!!

  4. Bluebloodtoo

    Oh. My. [False god]. That is ridiculous.

    1. satcheluk


  5. runningunnin.454

    Here, hold my rattlesnake.

    1. spincr4hire


    2. J-Dub421

      Wait, where did RG’s rattlesnake go??? Oh crap! It’s loose!!!

    3. runningunnin.454

      Where’s your back door?
      We don’t have one.
      Where would you want one?

    4. snarkster

      Here, hold my rattlesnake, I dropped my copperhead.

      FIFY 😀


    Sounds about like hazard


      Minus “about”

  7. louhemp007

    As a resident of hazard, this is pretty spot on.

  8. macattack

    But remember, folks. It’s the Christians who are being persecuted in society today.

    1. Rafterman

      I took the test. I think I failed.

    2. cats646

      That guy isn’t a Christian. He’s a fuk up. Lol

    3. katfan33

      Haha!! Exactly

    4. RealCatsFan

      I guess practicing Catholics might not qualify for janitorial duty.

  9. cats646

    I would’ve answered yes to every question then handed it back to him and said “pray for me”

    1. ClutchCargo

      And point out a couple of things that she left off the list. lol

  10. az1006

    I chuckled at the question about cults, when this guy is so clearly, vehemently, part of one.

  11. sincitycat

    The only thing persecuting Christians is science. Science doesn’t care what you believe in.

    1. satcheluk


  12. CoachCat

    Yeah. Damn that science. Never has done anything. Proven facts. So stupid

  13. weneedpitino

    I remember one time back in the early 90’s I was visiting my 2nd cousin vinny in his old west virginia home. Now I’ve been a southern Baptist my whole life and I’m a God fearing man, but when he asked me to join him for sunday services at his home Baptist church I didn’t hesitate. But me oh my I was taken aback when we got to his church about 15 miles past the sticks tucked deep into the woods. Not only was there a working still around back, but they was handling them rattlesnakes inside of the church. I told vinny he had to get me the hec8k outta there and that I didn’t feel safe around all them lunatics and them snakes. He took me back to his place and I saddled up and headed back home in ol blue. Go cats, and go to normal God fearing southern Baptist churches!!

  14. RealCatsFan

    Dude should have rolled his eyes up in his head and started babbling incoherently to give that guy a good scare.

  15. J. Did

    Mormon(s) made the list twice.

  16. nocode96

    I…I would’ve had a lot of fun with this.

  17. UKIrish

    So I can blame my first divorce on the fact that my parents weren’t married when I was born? Nah, I’ll still blame it on my ex being a cheating ass whore!

  18. east-ky-boy

    I’m a pastor in eastern Ky. Things like the gives churches and the mountains a bad name. ????

    1. east-ky-boy

      The question marks was an emoji for the record lol

  19. CopenhagenCat

    Rick Pinto would have failed. But could have been a lifetime movie.

  20. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree

    I would have whipped it out started yanking it and I can’t help myself.

    1. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree

      Then told normally I only do this as I bathe in the blood of innocents.

  21. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree

    Good thing this was a presidential application.

    1. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree