More importantly, it's completely missing the point of why she was fired.
She wasn't fired because she is female and/or white.
She was fired because she made the company she worked for, look like ass. If the company kept her, it would be known for employing a woman who knowingly called the police & lied about a Black man because she got into her feelings. It would have the online presence of being known as Karen Co. NO company would deal with that, let alone any board would want the company image shit on, especially during that time in history.
Yet, it's perfectly in character for someone so far into their own privilege to completely miss that point, and it was of course all about the wrong done to her.
The lawsuit says so fucking much about her. How much she learned, gave a fuck about, or about what she put another human being through.