Gregory contends that her personnel file is public record according to the state's Open Records Act.
Tulsa attorney Anthony Mareshie, who represents Gregory, said the governor's office has “stonewalled” him.
“I've been sitting around for the past six or eight months with a client who has basically been slandered and defamed,” he said.
“Everyone who reads about this case will think that she was fired for cause. Where are the records? There should be something in the file that reflects why she was terminated.”
The garnishment concerned a child custody dispute from her husband's previous marriage because Wendy and Chris Gregory filed a joint tax return with the IRS, he said.
Fallin's office did not return calls seeking comment.