My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: MICHIGAN
Long story short, I got fired from my employement and was arrested for illegal drugs. I had very high contacts with drug sources and was working with DEA (drug enforcement Agency). The night I was suppost to do a drug deal I got a call from the dealer, he said his friends had gone into my old employment to get service. They never asked for me or anything but the OWNER of the store "ran" from the back when she saw black males on the video cameras. She asked them if they knew "FIRST AND LAST NAME SAID", they replied they heard of me but didnt really know me well. She informed them I was arrested at work for selling drugs and that I was fired and the cops have been watching the workplace. The customers then informed the drug dealer I was going through that I might be a rat/informant. So I was at the drug deal, had money, a wire tap and was ready to go and he bailed out and never wants to do business with me again. The owner of the store ruined DEA's investigation and my key to getting out of the charges. She put my family at risk by disclosing my last name and they are furious. Can I sue the owner for disclosing personal information about me. She said why I was fired, when I was fired, my first and last name and that the cops were involved....
Please don't judge me here I just need answers.