A former bank manager who was fired for taking a bribe says in court that J.P. Morgan Chase must have had an ulterior motive since the bribe in question was worth a whopping 11 cents.

Jonathan Rotonda’s termination on Sept. 5, 2013, occurred within weeks of his return to work at a Chase branch in Blue Ash, Ohio, after a four-week leave of absence, according to the federal complaint filed Monday.

Rotonda allegedly took leave under the Family Medical Leave Act after he was diagnosed in June with an anxiety disorder that caused frequent panic attacks.

Upon his return to work in August, Rotonda’s supervisor “repeatedly commented that he did not seem ‘peppy’ enough,” the complaint states.

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