This worship leader removed this person because she was a "distraction". The person removed has a handicap and is confined to a motorized wheelchair.
Anyone can sue anyone else for any reason whatsoever. However, the real question should be whether the plaintiff can prevail. With the few facts presented here it appears that such a lawsuit would be time-consuming and expensive and most likely would you old no positive results since it does not appear that any measurable damages were incurred.
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The basis for the discrimination would need to be determined. You should contact an experienced Attorney to discuss the merits of your case.
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