A former Texas Southern University student is standing up to a corporate giant after she says she was wrongly jailed according to a lawsuit filed…It was two years ago when criminal justice major Nitra Gipson was arrested for attempting to cash money orders at the Walmart on Post Oak. She’d just sold her vehicle and was hoping to use the money to pay her tuition in school. The lawsuit alleges Walmart employee assumed the $4000 in money orders were fake and called the Houston Police Department. Gipson was taken out of the store in handcuffs. We’ve since learned the drafts Walmart employees claimed were counterfeit were actually real. A Houston police detective according to the lawsuit verified the authenticity back in 2008. Gipson throught her attorney Lloyd Kelley filed a lawsuit against Walmart. Jury selection got underway today with the trial slated to start next week.