Kerr v. New Orleans Police Department (USA)


Jeremy Don Kerr is a man who sued the New Orleans Police Department over a May 2008 incident in which he says a uniformed officer threatened to arrest him for wearing a black pinstriped skirt, hemmed two inches above the knee, instead of pants to Municipal Court.  The case was dismissed when the parties reached a compromise. He previously allegedly sued Georgetown College in Kentucky for sex discrimination. Kerr, 33, alleged the college discriminated against him when it did not rehire him to teach after rumors circulated in April 2004 that he had been seen wearing women’s clothing.

Kerr has a history of filing lawsuits that go nowhere, some of which stem from his apparent association with the sale of pharmaceuticals though a church he started, Church of Neuroscience L3C aka K&B Organics.


Dismissed Lawsuit.

Kerr v. New Orleans Police Department.

Man suing NOPD after officer threatens to arrest him for wearing a skirt _ NOLA.

Kerr v. State Attorney Generals.

Lexington Herald-Leader _ 06_04_2005 _ Cross-dresser files bias suit.

Kerr v. New Orleans Police Department et al.

Kerr v. Stevens et al.

Kerr v. New Orleans Police Department #2.

Kerr v. Mayberry et al.

Kerr et al v. Attorney General State of Florida, et al.

Kerr v. RCI Entertainment Louisiana, Inc. et al.