The Supervisor said that I cursed at him and called another employee gay this never happened
You need to file. Tell unemployment you were fired for using bad language but it is not true. They will schedule a hearing for you to tell your story to the judge.
You can file for unemployment insurance benefits with the Department of Labor and tell your side of the story. If the employer disputes your receipt of benefits, a hearing may be scheduled and you can present your side of the story to a judge who will make the decision.
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After unemployment gets the information from your former employer as to allegedly why you were terminated, and after you provide your information to unemployment as to what occurred or didn't occur as to the termination, the unemployment insurance ("UI") office will issue you an initial determination letter in which it will state whether the UI office has approved your claim to UI benefits. If the UI office declines your claim, you then can ask for a hearing before an administrative law judge, at which you can provide documents and testimony as evidence. Good luck.
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