Felder filed a lawsuit against CSC at a Manhattan federal court and is alleging racial discrimination and retaliation.
Retired U.S. army major John Storer, who worked for CSC from 2009 up until last year and who was the recipient of the alleged emails, told The Post he was “disgusted” by his former colleague’s attitude.
“The first thing I thought was: How stupid do you have to be to put this in writing?” Storer said. “[But] the guy is my boss. What am I going to do?”
Ironically, CSC’s CEO Damon Zumwalt noted on his online founder’s message that he began the company through diversity. “I grouped together young athletes from various ethnic communities; a rainbow coalition,” he says.
Meanwhile, Dennison, who also heads security for the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am golf tourney and the famed Barrett-Jackson Auction Co. car shows, refused to answer questions from The Post regarding the allegations and deferred to his corporate office.
U.S. Tennis Association’s spokesman Chris Widmaier, who was also contacted by The Post, said the organization would have to “look into” the Dennison allegations stating, “Obviously, this is very distressing.”
CSC has provided security for heralded events throughout the U.S. The company’s security force often sports yellow “CSC EVENT STAFF” jackets.