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From recent memory, I can’t recall a case with more egregious allegations of sexual harassment.
One of the plaintiffs in this Fifth Circuit decision I read last night alleged that soon after a staffing company placed her with a new employer, a female supervisor began sexually harassing her, culminating with sexual assault.
It started with lunches. Her supervisor would attempt to touch the plaintiff’s leg and hold her hand. Lunch soon became dinner, and at one meal, her supervisor pinned the plaintiff, kissed her against her will, and threatened to get the plaintiff fired if she reported it. The
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