I worked for Northstar Bank for a couple of years and I ended up quitting to move to another state for my fiances job. When I left I was on great terms, I could go back any time, 8/16/2013 was my last day. On 8/28/2013 I was charged with a marijuana charge, it was blown up all big, the police station used Facebook and posted my picture on it with my charge, so my personal business was out there for everyone to see. I have since taken care of it and everything is okay now. However, I am trying to get a job out here in Colorado, but my former manager at Northstar Bank is telling my future employment about the trouble she saw I got in instead of talking about how great my work ethic was, she is sending pictures and all the information she can find about me being in trouble. Can she do that?
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