Alexa and Evy’s life insurance agent is fired after making racist comments
— A life insurance company has fired an employee after he tweeted racist comments.
Alexa and Evans have an extensive insurance policy that covers them if something goes wrong.
But one of their policyholders recently got sick, and it cost them a large chunk of their life insurance.
The woman, who was not identified, was told by the insurer that she was no longer eligible to receive her life insurance, but the company will cover the full amount for her, Alexa’s mother told ABC News.
Alexanews.com, a news outlet based in Alexandria, Virginia, said that the insurer has terminated the policyholder, who had been employed by the company since 2013.
Alexa said she didn’t know why her life had been cut off.
The insurer is notifying other employees of the termination, the company said.
The company said in a statement that the company is working with Alexa to identify the employee responsible.
Alexanews said that Evans, a black woman, has been with the company for four years.
The insurer says the policyholders termination is not retroactive.
Alexianews.net reported that the policy is still valid, but it said the termination was the first in the company’s history.
Evans and Alexanews are the only people covered by the policy.
The policy covers Evans and Alexa up to a maximum of $500,000 per year.
Alexas mother told CNN that she doesn’t want to have to pay the full $5,000.
She also said she’s had to look into other insurance companies for coverage for her daughter, who is now 20.
Alexia’s mother said she wants to see the company investigate the termination.
“It’s so insensitive,” she said.
“They should fire the person who fired her.
She should not have to worry about that money.”ABC News’ J. Alex Halderman, Nicole Dannemiller, Brian Ebersole, Ryan Jackson, Andrew Kirell, Amy Mierzwinski, Kevin Kocher, Jennifer Egan, David Johnson, and Ben Kukowski contributed to this report.