The AP reports that the former University of Tennessee media director has filed an age and sex discrimination lawsuit in federal court in Tennessee against it and its athletic director, claiming that she was given less than three hours by the athletic director to choose whether to resign, retire or be fired, because the athletic director and other athletic officials wanted to remodel the athletic department as a “good ol’ boys” club and replace her with a younger man.

She claims that the athletic director and other athletic officials “fostered a culture of intimidation and hostility in the athletic department where employees questioning them or their ideas in any manner were regarded as disloyal or divisive.”

She also claims that the University retaliated against her when she protested that women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt’s early onset dementia protected her under the ADA.