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    A New York doctor allegedly told his nurse that she’d have to give him oral sex in order to get paid — then retaliated against her by having her falsely arrested, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday. Meleny Safarlizadeh said Dr. David Shokrian’s “deviant” behavior — including sexual comments and inappropriate touching — began shortly after she was hired as a nurse at his practice Millennial Plastic Surgery PLLC in January 2019, Safarlizadeh’s suit says. The allegations come on the heels of a complaint filed in June accusing the plastic surgeon of posting topless photos of an intern on social media and his company website. Safarlizadeh claimed that when she asked Shokrian about getting paid, he “told [her] that in...
    “Jersey Shore” star Angelina Pivarnick settled her sexual harassment lawsuit against the New York City Fire Department for a reported $350,000. The reality star alleges that she was groped and sexually harassed by two lieutenants during her time working as an EMT on Staten Island between 2016 and 2018. According to the NY Daily News, she settled her lawsuit after a year in court, with the FDNY saying it takes allegations such as this seriously and has already taken steps to correct the issue. “The FDNY takes allegations of sexual harassment seriously. Ms. Pivarnick’s claim was fully investigated, and the appropriate corrective action was taken. This settlement was in the best interests of the city,” Nicholas Paolucci, a spokesman with...
    Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, speaks during the company's 2017 Cloud Next event in San Francisco.Bloomberg | Getty Images Google parent company Alphabet has agreed to more than 80 updates or changes to its policies and procedures around sexual misconduct and harassment as part of an extensive legal settlement. The overhaul is meant to fill gaps that executives allegedly exploited to engage in sexual misconduct or harassment, and to serve as an example for other Silicon Valley tech companies. The settlement, which includes $310 million devoted to new diversity, equality and inclusion measures, comes after a group of shareholders accused the leadership team of mishandling employee complaints of sexual misconduct and discrimination. If the settlement is approved by a judge, it will...
    Google’s parent company Alphabet on Friday settled a partner lawsuit alleging that it was covering up luxury exit packages for executives responsible for sexual abuse, saying it would change workplace policies and boost diversity efforts. The technology company said it would spend $ 310 million (4 A440 million) over the decade to modify the technology and would now ban segregation packages for employees who are subject to any pending investigation for sexual harassment or retaliation. In addition, Alphabet said it would limit confidentiality controls when resolving harassment and discrimination cases and prohibit workplace love between managers and deputy executives. Related: Trump Twitter war that could change the internet Related: Google crash worldwide Silicon Valley has hit out at a number...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing Nature’s Medicines and AMMA Investment Group, alleging the general manager of one of their Maryland locations subjected employees to sexual harassment. The lawsuit, filed Friday, accuses the general manager of the Nature’s Medicines location in Ellicott City of making offensive comments to and about both staff members and customers, showing an employee a naked picture and unwelcome touching. The behavior reportedly continued even after an employee complained. In addition, the agency’s lawsuit said the manager told an employee he could use his connections to keep anyone who complained about him from getting a job at another dispensary. The EEOC did not name the manager at the center of the...
    A federal judge has ruled that being a quadriplegic did not necessarily stop a hedge fund manager from sexually harassing his employees. Influential biotech investor Sam Isaly — who left his $15 billion hedge fund after a scathing report claimed he “perpetuated a toxic culture of sexual harassment” — has had his defamation suit against the publisher tossed. The 75-year-old Isaly had sued the company behind the scandalous report, Boston Globe Media Partners, for defamation in 2018, claiming that a teenage wrestling injury that left constrained to a wheelchair with assistants to help him perform menial tasks made it impossible for him to have done the horrible deeds described in the report. But Manhattan federal judge Laura Taylor Swain...
    Alphabet on Friday settled a shareholder lawsuit that accused the Google parent of covering up lavish exit packages to executives found responsible for sexual misconduct, saying it would overhaul workplace policies and increase oversight of its diversity efforts. The company will prohibit severance packages to employees who are subject to any pending investigation for sexual misconduct or retaliation. Sexual misconduct accusations against senior executives will be investigated by a “rapid response” team, and they will be barred from amending their stock-selling plans while under investigation. Penalties and training will be made more consistent. And Google employees will be able to publicly discuss the facts of their cases. A new council to oversee diversity efforts will include executives including CEO Sundar...
    Malone confident with Nuggets in familiar 3-1 series deficit Beautiful old homes for sale across America Google Reaches $310 Million Settlement In Misconduct Case (Bloomberg) -- Google parent Alphabet Inc. pledged $310 million to expand diversity efforts and resolve shareholder litigation that alleged the company’s board to failed to prevent sexual harassment and hid misconduct by executives. © Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg Pedestrians are reflected in a window looking into a lobby of the Google Inc. offices in New York. The settlement caps a controversy that shook the technology giant and reverberated across Silicon Valley. At the center of the lawsuit was a $90 million exit package for Google executive Andy Rubin, creator of the Android mobile operating system, who...
    By Ayanti Bera, Munsif Vengattil, Paresh Dave | Reuters Alphabet Inc GOOGL.O has settled a shareholder lawsuit that accused the Google parent of paying lavish exit packages to executives found responsible for sexual misconduct, saying it would increase oversight of its diversity and equity efforts. The company will set aside $310 million in funding towards diversity initiatives and prohibit severance packages to employees who are subject to any pending investigation for sexual misconduct or retaliation, it said. The lawsuit from last year accused Alphabet leadership of covering up sexual harassment scandals within the company including by awarding lavish exit packages to two top executives found responsible for misconduct. The litigation had been in mediation. Alphabet said on Friday it is...
    ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) — Lawsuits filed by two attorneys with the St. Charles County Counselor's office accuse the county's former police chief of sexual harassment, and they say county leaders failed to take action to stop it. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that Associate County Counselor Holly Magdziarz and Assistant County Counselor Megan E. Murray filed separate lawsuits. The suits claim former St. Charles County Police Chief David Todd frequently made sexually explicit comments, sent vulgar text messages and inappropriately touched them at work. Todd retired in February. Both lawsuits said the women alerted county leaders including County Executive Steve Ehlmann, but none put a stop to it. A statement from the county said it does not discuss pending...
    Amid sexual harassment allegations against Anurag Kashyap, Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu shared a post with a picture of the duo, calling him the ‘biggest feminist’ she knows of. It looks like with this post, Taapsee has indirectly come out in defence of the filmmaker, a day after Telugu actress accused him of sexual harassment. Taapsee siding with her Manmarziyaan director wrote,”For you, my friend, are the biggest feminist I know. See you on the sets soon of yet another piece of art that shows how powerful and significant women are in the world you create.”Telugu Actress Who Accused Anurag Kashyap of Sexual Misconduct Had Earlier Made Similar Allegations Against Irfan Pathan, Claims Filmmaker Anand Kumar. The actress shared a...
    After Telugu actress accused filmmaker Anurag Kashyap of sexual harassment, actor Kangana Ranaut on Sunday said that many big heroes had done that to her too. The ‘Queen’ actor revealed that ‘many big heroes’ did exactly the same to her. She tweeted, “What She says many big heroes have done this to me also: Suddenly flash their genitals after locking van or room door or in a party during a friendly dance on the dance floor stick his tongue in your mouth, take appointment for work and come home but force himself on you.” After Taapsee Pannu, Surveen Chawla Comes Out in Support of Anurag Kashyap after Telugu Actress Accuses Him of Sexual Misconduct (View Tweet) “Bullywood is full of sexual...
    Topsy bun Has come out in favor Anurag Kashyap, Saturday evening after the filmmaker was charged with sexual misconduct. Sharing an honest monochromatic click, presumably from their film collection, Topsy wrote, “For you, my friend, are the greatest feminists I know. You will soon find in the collection another art collection that shows just how powerful and significant women are in the world you create. ”Topsy and Anurag Kashyap Collaborated on initiatives such as ‘Sand Ki Ang’ and ‘Manmarjian’. Payal Ghosh, who starred in ‘Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi’, accused Anurag Kashyap of trying to force himself. She shared Twitter, “Anuragkashyap72 forced myself and is very bad. PMOIndia arenarendramodi ji, please take action and let the monster country behind this creative...
    Europe has been hit with a fresh wave of #MeToo allegations after high profile women spoke out about be subjected to sexual harassment and misconduct at work.  Popular Danish TV presenter Sofie Linde, 31, stunned viewers last month when she revealed at a live televised gala that early in her career a high-ranking TV executive had offered professional help and support in exchange for sexual favours.  It prompted 700 women working in the media to last week sign an open letter calling for an end to a sexist culture in workplaces in the entertainment industry and has been described as a second #MeToo wave by Danish newspaper Berlingske. Elsewhere French opera singer Chloe Briot, 32, of Paris, claimed in La Lettre du Musicien,...
    (CNN)Jason Lewis, a former GOP congressman running for a US Senate seat in Minnesota, dismissed in a 1999 television show sexual harassment and assault in K-12 schools as being insignificant cases of children teasing each other and argued against a school's legal responsibility to limit harassment between students. Lewis made the comments on "Face to Face," a public affairs television program he co-hosted in the late 1990s and early 2000s in Minnesota, in response to what was then a recent Supreme Court case, Davis v. Monroe County School Board. At the center of Davis v. Monroe was a fifth-grade girl in Georgia who experienced months of sexual harassment from a male classmate, in which the classmate allegedly "would sexually taunt...
    Someone earlier this week emailed dozens of BuzzFeed staffers alleging sexual harassment by one of their co-workers. Less than a day later, the email was gone from all company inboxes, leaving staff confused and disturbed. On Tuesday, dozens of employees—predominantly women—at the digital news and culture outlet received the email from a non-staffer naming one of their BuzzFeed colleagues as a harasser, and calling for him to be fired. The email struck some staff as bizarre and disturbing, and it quickly prompted an internal response from BuzzFeed’s human-resources chief. “At this time, we have not corroborated the allegations, and have no reason to believe the individual poses harm to any BuzzFeed employee,” senior vice president Katie Sitter said in a...
    A group of lawmakers unveiled a bipartisan bill named after slain Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillén on Wednesday that is designed to help victims report sexual assault and sexual harassment in the military. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the House would vote on the legislation.  The "I Am Vanessa Guillén Act" was introduced by Democrat Rep. Jackie Spier of California and Republican Rep. Markwayne Mullin of Oklahoma in a news conference alongside Guillén's family and other congressional members. It aims to allow service members to report sexual harassment and assault to a third party and make sexual harassment a crime within the Uniform Code of Military Justice.  Congresswoman Jackie Speier(D-CA) and Veronica Escobar(D-TX) alongside Vanessa Guillen Family during a press conference...
    A bipartisan group of lawmakers led by Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) and Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) on Wednesday introduced the “I Am Vanessa Guillén Act” to reform the way the military handles sexual harassment cases after the murder of Army Spc. Vanessa Guillén. The bill, spearheaded by Speier and Mullin, would allow for sexual harassment cases to be handled outside the military chain of command, which aims to eradicate situations in which a commander personally knows the perpetrators or victims and could not act impartially. The cases would instead be handled by a special prosecutor who reports to the deputy defense secretary. It would also make sexual harassment a crime under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, give military prosecutors the...
    By Veronica Stracqualursi | CNN A group of US House lawmakers on Wednesday introduced a bipartisan bill in honor of Army Spc. Vanessa Guillen to change how sexual assault and harassment claims from US servicemembers are reported and handled in the military. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement she met with the Guillen family Wednesday morning and committed to bringing the bill to a vote on the House floor. The timing of the vote would be “either in the next few weeks or in November,” according to the bill’s main sponsor, Democratic Rep. Jackie Speier of California. The “I am Vanessa Guillen Act” would make sexual harassment a crime within the Uniform Code of Military Justice and move prosecution...
    September 16, 2020 – A group of congressmen led by Jackie Speier and Mark Mullin presented the bill “I am Vanessa Guillén Act” in honor of the soldier who died on April 22 at Fort Hood and the many survivors of sexual violence who have bravely emerged from it. of the disappearance and brutal murder of the 20-year-old military woman. The legislation, which has bipartisan support and could be put to a vote in a matter of weeks or by November. If passed, the law “will provide survivors with independent investigations into reports of both sexual harassment and sexual assault. It would also make sexual harassment a criminal offense in the military, helping to get to...
    Executive Director John James photographed the buttocks of one woman according to the IG report released Wednesday The former civilian head of the Pentagon's Missile Defense Agency sexually harassed two female employees over the course of seven years, a report released on Wednesday says. Executive Director John James photographed the buttocks of one woman and on two occasions massaged the neck of a woman he was mentoring while the door to his office was closed. Both women say the inappropriate actions and comments from the high-ranking boss was unwanted. The Inspector General began an investigation into the claims and amid the probe James resigned earlier this year, Bloomberg reported. Investigators looked into 21,800 emails, messages and documents obtained from devices....
    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., met with the family of slain U.S. Army Specialist Vanessa Guillen Wednesday and said the House will vote on the "I Am Vanessa Guillen Act." Another soldier, Aaron David Robinson, is suspected of bludgeoning Guillen with a hammer at Fort Hood in April, then dismembering her body. When police tried to contact Robinson in July, he killed himself. Guillen's family has said she was harassed in the Army before being murdered. "Vanessa told her family that she experienced sexual harassment from a superior, but did not have faith in the system to file a complaint," Rep. Jackie Speier, who introduced the bill with 73 bipartisan cosponsors, said at a press conference Wednesday. CONGRESS LAUNCHES FORT HOOD PROBE AFTER MORE...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A federal lawsuit has been filed against multiple property managers and owners in Minneapolis, accusing them of sexual harassment in violation of the Fair Housing Act. According to U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald, a property manager for numerous single-family and multi-family rental properties, Reese Pfeiffer, is accused of sexually harassing female tenants. He allegedly made unwelcome sexual advances, discussed sexual topics without consent, and entered their homes under the pretense of collecting rent to solicit sexual favors — among other incidents. “This lawsuit alleges sexual harassment and discriminatory conduct against vulnerable tenants. Such behavior is unacceptable and a violation of the federal Fair Housing Act,” MacDonald said. “The U.S. Attorney’s Office will not tolerate this type...
    AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — The murder of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen has inspired a bill — that the House will vote on — to overhaul the military justice system. Decisions on whether to prosecute members of the U.S. military for sexual assault or sexual harassment would be handled outside the chain of command under the measure members of Congress proposed Wednesday. Reps. Jackie Speier, a Democrat from California, and Markwayne Mullin, a Republican from Oklahoma, said their bill would make sexual harassment a crime within the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The bipartisan bill, which has at least 73 cosponsors, also would move prosecution decisions of sexual assault and sexual harassment cases out of the chain of command and instead...
    Columbia University's marching band has claimed to disband after 116 years, declaring itself to be irreparably rooted in racism and oppression. Following a vote on Saturday, the band's leadership, known as the Bored, issued a statement saying that it has 'maintained a club structure founded on the basis of racism, cultural oppression, misogyny, and sexual harassment.' 'The Band has unanimously and enthusiastically decided to dissolve. The Columbia University Marching Band will not continue to exist in any capacity and will no longer serve as a Columbia spirit group,' the statement added.  'The Band understands that for many, the damage experienced at the hands of the CUMB may be irreparable, and the Band will not be asking for or expecting any...
    By ACACIA CORONADO and JAMES LAPORTA, Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Decisions on whether to prosecute members of the U.S. military for sexual assault or sexual harassment would be handled outside the chain of command under a measure members of Congress proposed Wednesday that is named for a Texas soldier who was slain by a fellow soldier. Reps. Jackie Speier, a Democrat from California, and Markwayne Mullin, a Republican from Oklahoma, said their bill would make sexual harassment a crime within the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The bipartisan bill, which has at least 73 cosponsors, also would move prosecution decisions of sexual assault and sexual harassment cases out of the chain of command and instead go to a...
    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Decisions on whether to prosecute members of the U.S. military for sexual assault or sexual harassment would be handled outside the chain of command under a measure members of Congress proposed Wednesday that is named for a Texas soldier who was slain by a fellow soldier. Reps. Jackie Speier, a Democrat from California, and Markwayne Mullin, a Republican from Oklahoma, said their bill would make sexual harassment a crime within the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The bipartisan bill, which has at least 73 cosponsors, also would move prosecution decisions of sexual assault and sexual harassment cases out of the chain of command and instead go to a new chief prosecutor at each branch of the...
    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Decisions on whether to prosecute members of the U.S. military for sexual assault or sexual harassment would be handled outside the chain of command under a measure members of Congress proposed Wednesday that is named for a Texas soldier who was slain by a fellow soldier. Reps. Jackie Speier, a Democrat from California, and Markwayne Mullin, a Republican from Oklahoma, said their bill would make sexual harassment a crime within the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The bipartisan bill, which has at least 73 cosponsors, also would move prosecution decisions of sexual assault and sexual harassment cases out of the chain of command and instead go to a new chief prosecutor at each branch of the...
    AUSTIN, Texas – Decisions on whether to prosecute members of the U.S. military for sexual assault or sexual harassment would be handled outside the chain of command under a measure members of Congress proposed Wednesday that is named for a Texas soldier who was slain by a fellow soldier. Reps. Jackie Speier, a Democrat from California, and Markwayne Mullin, a Republican from Oklahoma, said their bill would make sexual harassment a crime within the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The bipartisan bill, which has at least 73 cosponsors, also would move prosecution decisions of sexual assault and sexual harassment cases out of the chain of command and instead go to a new chief prosecutor at each branch of the armed...
    Sharon Stone is one of Hollywood's most enduring and versatile sex symbols as she has managed to navigate her way from bombshell status in 1992's Basic Instinct to a bewitching role in the new Netflix series Ratched.  And the 62-year-old was happy to talk about her alluring public image with the October cover of Town & Country magazine. In the wide-ranging interview, the former model talks about how she is still asked to take her clothes off, how she feels for what Marilyn Monroe went through and that time when a director sexually harassed her by insisting she sit on his lap. Still on top: Sharon Stone discussed being a sex symbol in Town & Country, from still being...
    FORT HOOD, Texas – A bill named for slain Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen that would change how the military responds to missing service members and make sexual harassment a crime in the military is officially being introduced in Washington, DC on Wednesday. Guillen was a 20-year-old Army specialist who disappeared in April. Following her disappearance, a nationwide search was launched in an effort to find her which included the support of celebrities like Selma Hayek. Partial human remains were found June 30 along the Leon River during the search and were confirmed to be Guillen’s on July 6 by Fort Hood Senior Commander, Maj. Gen. Scott Efflandt. Natalie Khawam, the Guillen family’s attorney, has previous stated that the family...
    Columbia University's marching band announced it is "unanimously and enthusiastically" disbanding because it was “founded on the basis of racism" and faced allegations of sexual harassment due to its culture. “The marching band (!!) at @Columbia was apparently ‘founded on the basis of racism, cultural oppression, misogyny, and sexual harassment,’” former New York Times editor Bari Weiss tweeted Tuesday. “This left the band no choice but to disband ‘unanimously and enthusiastically.’” The marching band (!!) at @Columbia was apparently “founded on the basis of racism, cultural oppression, misogyny, and sexual harassment.” This left the band no choice but to disband “unanimously and enthusiastically.” pic.twitter.com/P5FFFx5PtP— Bari Weiss (@bariweiss) September 15, 2020 The band, which has been a fixture at the university...
    The Columbia University Marching Band voted to dissolve itself over the weekend after more than a century of existence, citing a foundation of racism and sexual misconduct, according to the Columbia Spectator. The band, which has had various conflicts with the university for years, was stripped of its university funding in 2019 after failing to register as a recognized student group. That registration was a condition for the group continuing to receive funding after violating university rules to hold a concert in the library in 2017. In a statement provided to the Spectator, the band's leadership said the decision to dissolve was the result of "anonymous postings and allegations of sexual misconduct, assault, theft, racism, and injury to individuals...
    Marianne Combs has left MPR over her editors’ handing of an investigation she conducted about alleged sexual misconduct by a DJ employed by the Current. She told her story in a Twitter thread: Today, after more than 23 years at @MPRNews, I turned in my letter of resignation, effective immediately. Here’s what it said: (1/19) — Marianne Combs (@MarianneSCombs) September 14, 2020   Missing plane. The Star Tribune’s Paul Walsh reports: “The search Monday for a small airplane that has been missing since the previous evening with three people aboard is centered on a southeast metro island in the Mississippi River, authorities said. … The search for the plane began Sunday night at Grey Cloud Island, which departed from nearby...
    Getty/U.S. Military Vanessa Guillen was a U.S. Military Specialist who went lacking from Fort Hood in Texas on April 22, 2020. Specialist Aaron Robinson was a suspect in her killing, however he fatally shot himself as police had been approaching to arrest him. Guillen’s disappearance and homicide sparked a storm of advocacy, resulting in protests and a proposed invoice to fight navy sexual harassment. The laws, known as the I Am Vanessa Guillen invoice, would permit navy service members to report sexual harassment to a 3rd occasion, which might conduct the investigation. Guillen’s household has stated she was sexually harassed earlier than her brutal homicide. Guillen grew up in Houston with 5 siblings,...
    Getty/U.S. Army Vanessa Guillen was a U.S. Army Specialist who went missing from Fort Hood in Texas on April 22, 2020. Specialist Aaron Robinson was a suspect in her killing, but he fatally shot himself as police were approaching to arrest him. Guillen’s disappearance and murder sparked a storm of advocacy, leading to protests and a proposed bill to combat military sexual harassment. The legislation, called the I Am Vanessa Guillen bill, would allow military service members to report sexual harassment to a third party, which would conduct the investigation. Guillen’s family has said she was sexually harassed before her brutal murder. Guillen grew up in Houston with five siblings, and decided she wanted to join the military...
    A Fort Hood soldier whose body was found last month died by suicide, according to a medical examiner’s report obtained by NBC News. Sgt. Elder Fernandes, 23, who went missing on Aug. 19, was discovered dead later that month 30 miles from the troubled Texas Army base. He had reported sexual harassment against him before he went missing. Natalie Khawam, the Fernandes family’s attorney, had said Army officials told his relatives that Fernandes was found hanging from a tree. Fernandes was one of 28 soldiers to have died at the base this year, according to the Associated Press. He is among at least four Fort Hood troops who were found dead after going missing, including Vanessa Guillen, whose remains...
    A Fort Hood soldier whose body was found last month died by suicide, according to a medical examiner’s report obtained by NBC News. Sgt. Elder Fernandes, 23, who went missing on Aug. 19, was discovered dead later that month 30 miles from the troubled Texas Army base. He had reported sexual harassment against him before he went missing. Natalie Khawam, the Fernandes family’s attorney, had said Army officials told his relatives that Fernandes was found hanging from a tree. Fernandes was one of 28 soldiers to have died at the base this year, according to the Associated Press. He is among at least four Fort Hood troops who were found dead after going missing, including Vanessa Guillen, whose remains were...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A group of female veterans and current service members led a protest over the death of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen.They marched outside the Illinois National Guard Northwest Armory on Chicago's west side Saturday morning.The group, called Our Sisters Keepers is hoping to raise awareness about sexual harassment in the military."Military sexual assault is a thing, and we need to let our soldiers know that we are there for them," said military veteran Eli Morales.They are calling for civilian oversight of complaint investigations. The groups also wants to prevent sexual predators from ever entering the military,"Because that's not a thing right now," said Air Force Veteran Estafania Gibson. "Sexual predators can enter the military."The group stood in...
    President Donald Trump took a swipe Tuesday at former lawyer Michael Cohen who is promoting a tell-all book – claiming Cohen may land back in jail and claiming there are 'many more' tapes of him and 'media scum reporters.' Trump called his former enforcer and lawyer at the Trump Organization 'deranged and sick' after Cohen gave an interview where he said Trump was like a cult leader and Cohen was swept into it. The president issued the online threat while retweeting a story from last week about newly revealed audio recordings of Cohen on the phone with CNN's Chris Cuomo where Cuomo denies sexually harassing coworkers.  President Donald Trump attacked former lawyer Michael Cohen and said he and said...
    Instagram/DJ Empress DJ Empress pictured on her Instagram web page in Might 2020. DJ Empress accused Erick Morillo of being a “completely perverted creep” in a prolonged Fb publish through which she accuses the late DJ of sexual harassment. Morillo was discovered useless in his Miami residence on the age of 49. His reason behind dying has not been made public. On the time of his dying, Morillo was dealing with sexual battery expenses. Empress mentioned that she lastly obtained the energy to come back ahead along with her allegations after Morillo’s dying. On her Instagram web page, Empress describes herself as a global DJ and producer, in addition to a mannequin,...
    Instagram/DJ Empress DJ Empress pictured on her Instagram page in May 2020. DJ Empress accused Erick Morillo of being a “totally perverted creep” in a lengthy Facebook post in which she accuses the late DJ of sexual harassment. Morillo was found dead in his Miami home at the age of 49. His cause of death has not been made public. At the time of his death, Morillo was facing sexual battery charges. Empress said in her post that the harassment began when she was 17 years old and working in a New York City record store named Satellite. She accused Morillo of accessing her phone number so that he could leave “harassing disgusting weird breathy, sexual...
    Anita Hill has vowed to vote for Joe Biden in the November election, despite the 'mistakes' he made while overseeing the confirmation hearing where she testified against then-Supreme Court Justice nominee Clarence Thomas.  'Notwithstanding all of his limitations in the past, and the mistakes that he made in the past, notwithstanding those -- at this point, between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, I think Joe Biden is the person who should be elected in November,' Hill told CNN in an interview.  'Its more about the survivors of gender violence. That's really what it's about.'  Hill added that her 'commitment is to finding solutions, and I am more than willing to work with him.' Anita Hill told CNN that she will...
    ANITA Hill has flip-flopped on her condemnation of Joe Biden, now saying she will vote for him for president and is “willing to work with” him to find solutions for “survivors of gender violence.” The endorsement comes after Hill has repeatedly slammed Biden for how he handled her 1991 sexual harassment allegations against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. ⚠️Click here for the latest news on Donald Trump 5Anita Hill told CNN she will vote for Joe Biden in the 2020 electionCredit: CNN 5Biden oversaw the Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Clarence ThomasCredit: Reuters “Notwithstanding all of his limitations in the past, and the mistakes that he made in the past — notwithstanding those — at this point,...
    In an interview with CNN’s Gloria Borger, Anita Hill said she would be voting for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in November. Hill has a checkered history with Biden, who headed the Senate Judiciary Committee during the confirmation hearing of then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas after she accused the judge of sexual harassment. “Notwithstanding all of his limitations in the past, and the mistakes that he made in the past, notwithstanding those — at this point, between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, I think Joe Biden is the person who should be elected in November,” she said. “Its more about the survivors of gender violence. That’s really what it’s about.” During the interview, which is part of CNN’s forthcoming documentary,...
    (CNN)The NFL's Washington Football Team is facing new allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace from four women who spoke to ESPN's Jeremy Schaap.Rachel Engelson, a former director in the team's marketing and client services department, detailed the harassment to Schaap on the "ESPN Daily" podcast saying, "You just know that depending on the certain way you dress there's gonna be comments made about what you're wearing, how you look," adding, "In a way, it became a running joke and a rite of passage. If it didn't happen to you, then maybe you were only there for a week."]Another woman, Alicia Klein, who says she interned for the organization in 2010, alleged in her interview that the harassment wasn't limited...
    The family of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen expressed appreciation of the leadership change at the top of the Army base, but added that it doesn't directly address accountability issues.Through the family's attorney, Natalie Khawam, Guillen's family offered a response Wednesday after Maj. Gen. Scott Efflandt, who oversaw Fort Hood at the time of Guillen's disappearance earlier this year, was assigned a reduced role at the base.In full, the statement read:"First, I would like to thank the Army and DOD for recognizing the seriousness of the matter at hand. Fort Hood and the Command structure is in much need of restructuring. While this is a small step in the direction for justice, this does not and will not address the...
    CNN Anchor Chris Cuomo allegedly spoke about sexual harassment claims against him in a leaked audio clip. The leaked audio was shared on Fox News by host Tucker Carlson on Tuesday night. 8CNN anchor Chris Cuomo allegedly spoke about a sexual harassment claim made against himCredit: The Mega Agency 8Cuomo is the host of CNN's Prime Time with Chris CuomoCredit: Getty Images - Getty What did Chris Cuomo say in the leaked audio? Cuomo – the brother of New York Gov Andrew Cuomo – allegedly spoke about how he is "careful" when speaking to the media – and that he was accused of sexual harassment as he worked at ABC. "Do you know how many f**king phone calls I've gotten from...
    A month after U.S. Army Sec. Ryan McCarthy admitted failing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, a shake-up in leadership at the Texas base has been announced.Maj. Gen. Scott Efflandt, who oversaw Fort Hood at the time of Guillen's disappearance earlier this year, is being replaced, as previously announced, but will no longer ascend to take command of the 1st Armored Division.Instead, according to a military announcement, Efflandt will remain at Fort Hood in a deputy capacity while his successor, Maj. Gen. John B. Richardson IV takes over beginning Wednesday.The move also goes along with a new lead investigator being appointed to look at how Fort Hood brass handled Guillen's sexual harassment allegations, which Army officials at one point disputed.SEE MORE:...
    CNN’s Chris Cuomo denied allegations of sexual harassment while working at ABC News in a conversation with former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, according to audio footage played by Fox News’ Tucker Carlson on Tuesday. Carlson played a small portion of Cuomo’s conversation with Cohen during his show Tuesday, although the full conversation was reportedly longer. The CNN host dismissed allegations of sexual harassment during the clip and asked Cohen if he looks “like the kind of fucking guy who’s gotta do that.” “You know, I’m always careful when I talk to media,” Cuomo is heard saying. “Do you know how many fucking phone calls I’ve gotten from people at ABC who say that reporters are calling and lying about things...
    The Army has named a four-star general to investigate how leadership at Fort Hood handled Specialist Vanessa Guillén's reports of sexual harassment and her eventual disappearance and death, Army officials told CBS News. Guillén's remains were found about two months after she disappeared in April, and she is believed to have been killed by a fellow soldier who later died by suicide.  General John Murray, head of the Army's Futures Command, will conduct the investigation and is expected to arrive at Fort Hood in two to three weeks, Army officials told CBS News. Because he is senior to all the generals in the chain of command at Fort Hood, Murray has the authority to recommend disciplinary action against them. "There...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson aired a damaging private audio clip of CNN's Chris Cuomo discussing sexual harassment claims made against him on his Fox News show Tuesday. Cuomo appeared to be talking to Michael Cohen, the former friend and attorney to President Donald Trump, on the recording. "You know, I'm always careful when I talk to media. Do you know how many f***ing phone calls I've gotten from people at ABC who say that reporters are calling and lying about things they've heard about me, to try to get stories about me when I was at ABC?" Cuomo said on the recording. "Guys calling and saying, 'I heard he was the Charlie Rose...
    CNN host Chris Cuomo has been caught in secret recordings, lamenting and denying apparent rampant rumors of sexual misconduct in a phone conversation with President Donald Trump's disgraced former attorney Michael Cohen. 'I'm always careful when I talk to media,' Cuomo says on the recording, which was released by Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Tuesday night, before launching into a tirade. 'Do you know how many f***ing phone calls I've gotten from ABC, who say that reporters are calling and lying about things they heard about me, to try and get stories about me when I was at ABC,' Cuomo said, referencing his prior stint as chief law and justice correspondent at ABC News. 'Guys calling and saying "I heard...
    A month after U.S. Army Sec. Ryan McCarthy admitted failing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, a shake-up in leadership at the Texas base has been announced.Maj. Gen. Scott Efflandt, who oversaw Fort Hood at the time of Guillen's disappearance earlier this year, is being replaced, as previously announced, but will no longer ascend to take command of the 1st Armored Division.Instead, according to a military announcement, Efflandt will remain at Fort Hood in a deputy capacity while his successor, Maj. Gen. John B. Richardson IV takes over beginning Wednesday.The move also goes along with a new lead investigator being appointed to look at how Fort Hood brass handled Guillen's sexual harassment allegations, which Army officials at one point disputed.SEE MORE:...
    The Army has named a four star general to investigate how leadership at Fort Hood handled Specialist Vanessa Guillén's reports of sexual harassment and her eventual disappearance and death, Army officials told CBS News. Guillén's remains were found about two months after she disappeared in April, and she is believed to have been killed by a fellow soldier who later died by suicide.  General John Murray, head of the Army's Futures Command, will conduct the investigation and is expected to arrive at Fort Hood in two to three weeks, Army officials told CBS News. Because he is senior to all the generals in the chain of command at Fort Hood, Murray has the authority to recommend disciplinary action against them....
    A month after U.S. Army Sec. Ryan McCarthy admitted failing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, a shake-up in leadership at the Texas base has been announced.Maj. Gen. Scott Efflandt, who oversaw Fort Hood at the time of Guillen's disappearance earlier this year, is being replaced, as previously announced, but will no longer ascend to take command of the 1st Armored Division.Instead, according to a military announcement, Efflandt will remain at Fort Hood in a deputy capacity while his successor, Maj. Gen. John B. Richardson IV takes over beginning Wednesday.The move also goes along with a new lead investigator being appointed to look at how Fort Hood brass handled Guillen's sexual harassment allegations, which Army officials at one point disputed.SEE MORE:...
    A former intern at SpaceX is suing the aerospace company, claiming that SpaceX retaliated against her after she reported experiencing sexual harassment and gender discrimination while on the job, according to a new lawsuit. The suit alleges that the former intern was not extended a full-time job opportunity when she brought up inappropriate comments and actions made by her then manager. The plaintiff, Julia CrowleyFarenga, worked as a summer intern for SpaceX in 2015, 2016, and 2017, according to a lawsuit filed August 21st with Los Angeles County Superior Court and first reported by Business Insider. While at the company, she worked in the propulsion division under the same manager each summer, the suit says. During her last summer at...
    Former Sports Illustrated model Carol Alt claimed she experienced sexual harassment when she was 18 and starting out in the industry. Alt said she was approached by a lot of older men during an episode of the “The Accutron Show,” according to an article published Friday by Fox News. Actress Carol Alt arrives at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort & Spa grand opening August 11, 2001 in Dana Point, CA. (Photo by Getty Images) “There were a lot of not nice people,” Alt said during the interview. “I had been stopped on the street many times, I was 18, and they would say ‘OH MY GOD’ you look like a model, and offer me shoots, they asked me to...
    Carol Alt, a former Sports Illustrated cover star and top supermodel in the 1980s, revealed she experienced sexual harassment many times throughout the height of her career. The now 59-year-old actress said on the Accutron Show podcast with Bill McCuddy that she was constantly approached by older men who would try to lure her to photo shoots and took plenty of meetings in hotel rooms with movie producers. "There were a lot of not nice people," Alt said. "I had been stopped on the street many times, I was 18, and they would say 'OH MY GOD' you look like a model, and offer me shoots, they asked me to come with them right then to their studio." CAROL ALT, 59, POSES TOPLESS, DRAPES...
    AT&T commercial star Milana Vayntrub broke her silence on sexual harassment she’s been receiving online after old photos surfaced. Vayntrub addressed the comments she’s been receiving during an Instagram Live, according to an article published Thursday by Fox News. this is so sad. she (the at&t girl) is talking about how she’s uncomfortable with being sexualized and people r making sexual comments about her chest. what the fuck. pic.twitter.com/LKFNQeFwo3 — tyler (@emotylol) August 24, 2020 “Maybe it just has to do with being a person on the Internet, or maybe it’s specific to being a woman on the Internet. But all of these comments … it hurts my feelings,” Vayntrub said, the outlet reported. “Let me tell you, I...
    Actress Milana Vayntrub, best known for her role as Lily on the AT&T commercials, revealed she's been dealing with a slew of upsetting and inappropriate comments online. In an Instagram Live with her over 740,000 followers, Vayntrub addressed the sexual harassment. "Maybe it just has to do with being a person on the Internet, or maybe it's specific to being a woman on the Internet. But all of these comments ... it hurts my feelings," she confessed. ACTOR BRYAN CALLEN ACCUSED OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT BY MULTIPLE WOMEN The 33-year-old star said the comments are disturbing and she's felt violated by the trolls online. "Let me tell you, I am not consenting to any of this. I do not want any of this," Vayntrub said. "The...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Post on Wednesday reported additional examples of workplace sexual harassment inside the Washington Football Team organization, and allegations that owner Dan Snyder was personally involved. The Post reported a former cheerleader saying Snyder invited her to a hotel room with one of his friends, and that longtime team executive Larry Michael made extra cheerleading videos for the owner showing sensitive material that wasn’t made public. Snyder released a statement denying those specific allegations and saying he was unaware of the incidents until now. “I want to unequivocally state that this never happened,” Snyder said of the report he invited a cheerleader to a hotel room in 2004. “Furthermore, I do not have any knowledge of the 10-year-old videos...
    Washington Football Team owner Daniel Snyder allegedly told a team cheerleader in 2004 that she should got to a hotel room to 'get to know' a personal friend of his, and one club executive instructed employees to create a lewd behind-the-scenes video of partially nude cheerleaders at a 2008 calendar shoot, according to the latest wave of accusations against the embattled NFL franchise. In total, 25 women came forward to tell the Washington Post they were sexually harassed while working for the Washington Football Team.    The latest piece  follows a previous report in which 15 women accused the team of permitting a hostile work environment rife with sexual harassment. The allegations are just the latest chapter in a chaotic off-season...
    AT&T eventually turned off the comments on an Instagram post featuring Vayntrub after hundreds of commenters made objectifying remarks and harassed the actress. Lorenzo Bevilaqua/Getty Images/@megatronraid/Twitter Milana Vayntrub, an actress who is best known as Lily from AT&T commercials, is facing a wave of sexual harassment online after social media users rediscovered her videos for the company.  Over the last week, Twitter users have posted objectifying memes of the actress, many of which have distorted her personal photos.  AT&T eventually turned off the comments on an Instagram post featuring Vayntrub, as commenters flooded the video with crude comments about the actress's appearance.  In an Instagram live, a visibly upset Vayntrub said that the harassment was brought up "feelings...
    The Yale law professor husband of the woman who coined the phrase Tiger Mom has been suspended over allegations of sexual harassment.  Jed Rubenfield, who is married to author Amy Chua, denies the claims.  He has been accused of verbal sexual harassment, unwanted touching and attempting to kiss several students over a period of several decades, according to New York Magazine.  The alleged incidents happened both in the school and in his home where he had parties, it is claimed. Rubenfield has been suspended for two years.  He claims the allegations are false and that he was targeted because of his controversial comments in the past about Title IX rules, which he previously said could make someone incorrectly think they have been...
    Bosses at The Ellen DeGeneres Show knew about allegations of a toxic work environment and sexual harassment as far back as 2018, it's claimed. BuzzFeed News reported Tuesday that a complaint alleging 'gender discrimination, including sexist remarks made by top producers' was filed with an industry union two years ago. A spokesman for Warner Bros. confirmed that a complaint was lodged and said that an independent investigation had determined it was without merit. Controversy: Bosses at The Ellen DeGeneres Show knew about allegations of a toxic work environment and sexual harassment as far back as 2018, BuzzFeed News reported on Tuesday 'It was investigated by an outside investigator and resolved with no merit to claims of gender discrimination,'...
    The actress known for playing AT&T spokeswoman Lily Adams in the company’s commercials went on Instagram Live this week to discuss the sexual harassment she’s been facing online. Hide The actress, Milana Vayntrub, is often sexualized in the comments of AT&T’s social media posts. At least a dozen fan-made YouTube videos are focused on the “A&T Girl” and her looks. Hide “Maybe this just has to be with being a person on the internet or maybe it’s specific to being a woman. But it’s because of your tits,” Vayntrub said on Instagram. “Listen, that’s why I’m here. All of these ‘milk’ and ‘milkies’ comments and ‘milk wagons’ and all of that, it hurts my feelings.” She said the numerous comments...
    HATBORO, Pa. (AP) — Two Philadelphia-area congresswomen are asking the Pennsylvania National Guard's commander to address allegations of sexual harassment and retaliation at the Horsham Air Guard Station near Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that U.S. Rep. Chrissy Houlahan, a former Air Force officer, and U.S. Rep. Madeleine Dean, whose district includes the air base, wrote Friday that they were troubled by allegations reported by the newspaper last month. The Inquirer's investigation included allegations of rampant sexual harassment and discrimination within the base’s 111th Attack Wing and a pattern of reprisal against those speaking out about misconduct. The letter to Major General Anthony Carrelli by the freshmen Democrats says the National Guard “is not immune from the cultural challenges facing...
    An NYPD narcotics captain plans to sue the department, claiming that another captain repeatedly harassed her with questions about her sex life — and that she was targeted with an Internal Affairs probe after complaining about him. Share Carolyn Balli, the first female Indian-Guyanese ever made captain and a retired Army major, filed her notice of claim with the NYC’s Comptroller’s Office on Thursday seeking $5 million, the notice reads. “I’m not an average female,” Balli told The Post. “And yet this is extremely disrespectful on so many different levels and it’s quite scary.” Her workplace was a “boy’s club,” she alleged. “I’ve been living six months of hell.” Balli, who is assigned to Manhattan South Narcotics, had complained about...
    Skincare company Bliss has dropped its collaboration Tony Lopez in response to sexual harassment allegations against the TikTok star, Insider reports. Hide After some expressed frustration with Bliss’ sponsorship of Lopez, the spa company commented on one of its recent videos, saying, “We take these accusations seriously and will not work w/ Tony Lopez going forward. We’re committed to working w/ partners who uphold our brand values.” Hide Bliss did not immediately respond to the Daily Dot’s request for comment. Lopez, 21, has over 22 million TikTok followers and is a member of the Hype House, a mansion in California where various content creators and influencers work and collaborate. Over the past few months, some have posted screenshots of Instagram...
    During an interview with Fox News released on Thursday, Biden accuser Tara Reade stated that the Democratic National Committee is “complicit” in and “participating” in “gaslighting of survivors,” and that the lineup of speakers at the DNC is “a thumb in all our faces.” Reade said, “I’m a sexual assault survivor. So, to me, what the speaker lineup showed is kind of a thumb in all our faces. … Rape culture in the United States is thriving under the Democratic Party. I feel like they are not only enabling, but they’re allowing that behavior to continue, just by virtue of who they lined up as speakers, who have credible sexual assault and harassment allegations against them. And I feel like...
    Amid sexual harassment allegations, one brand has officially cut ties with Tony Lopez. Lopez Brothers/YouTube Bliss Spa said it will no longer sponsor posts from TikTok star Tony Lopez in light of recent allegations of sexual harassment of a minor.  Lopez has not publicly responded to the claims, which include allegedly soliciting nude photos from a minor, and did not immediately return Insider's request for comment.  Lopez is a member of the TikTok creator collective the Hype House and has more than 20 million TikTok followers.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A spa and cosmetics company is cutting ties with TikTok creator Tony Lopez in light of sexual harassment allegations.  Bliss Spa said in several comments...
    After teaming with Black Panther star Winston Duke to put people in a virtual reality police traffic stop scenario, former Obama special advisor Van Jones is teaming with Marvel movie star Brie Larson for a sexual harassment episode of his virtual reality film series, The Messy Truth. Jones’ first VR project, starring Black Panther player Winston Duke, put viewers virtually in the place of a small boy sitting in the front seat of a car as his father (Duke) is pulled over, racially profiled, and harassed by a white police officer. The episode won the Advanced Imaging Society’s Social Justice Lumiere Award last year. It also won an Emmy award for Outstanding Innovation in Interactive Media. Jones also showcased the police profiling...
    Robert Frodeman was a tenured philosophy professor at the University of North Texas, where he also chaired the Department of Philosophy and Religion. He is yet another professor caught up in cancel culture, forced to resign by a university seemingly hellbent on destroying his career. He is not a conservative by any means, though his questioning on certain philosophical dogma probably made him seem like one to his colleagues. In a lengthy article for Quillette, Frodeman, whose inquisition by Title IX does not appear to have received the same media attention as other accused professors, details his downfall, which began in June 2018. At that time, he was contacted by the university’s Office of Equal Opportunity and told someone had...
    Several weeks after reports of sexual harassment and bullying among her top staffers, the head writer for “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and two of the show’s producers were fired on Monday. According to Variety, executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Leman, as well as co-executive producer Jonathan Norman, were all fired from the show due to allegations of sexual impropriety. Executive producers Mary Connelly, Andy Lassner, and Derek Westervelt will remain. In late July, a BuzzFeed News article claimed that several former employees witnessed head writer and executive producer Kevin Leman sexually propositioning or groping lower-level employees. “One ex-employee said head writer and executive producer Kevin Leman asked him if he could give him a handjob or perform oral sex in...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Three producers of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” have exited amid allegations of a dysfunctional workplace that harbored misbehavior including sexual misconduct and racially insensitive remarks. Executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Leman and co-executive producer Jonathan Norman have “parted ways” with the long-running daytime series, a spokesperson for producer Warner Bros. said in a statement Monday. An internal company investigation of claims about the show was prompted by a BuzzFeed News report in July based on 36 interviews with ex-staffers, who complained about or said they witnessed improper and unfair treatment. Most of the allegations were tied to executive producers and senior managers, including Glavin, Leman and Norman, BuzzFeed News said. The people making the claims...
    Essence Magazine has concluded its investigation into allegations of sexual harassment leveled against Owner and CEO Richelieu Dennis.  Dennis stepped down last month after several anonymous Black female staffers detailed in a blog for Medium the rampant sexual misconduct, bullying, colorism and wrongful terminations at the publication.  In a August 17 statement, Essence noted that a “comprehensive and independent review by the law firms Proskauer Rose and Morgan Lewis” concluded that the allegations against Dennis could not be substantiated. Read More: Essence Magazine’s staffers anonymously call out toxic workplace culture An earlier report on theGrio noted that the anonymous group of disgruntled employees, dubbed Black Female Anonymous, accused leadership of turning the magazine into the “most deceptive Black media company...
    THE LA Kings staffer behind the "Bailey the lion" mascot was suspended after the team was hit with a sexual harassment complaint. The complainant is a former employee of Kings Ice Crew, group of brand ambassadors who head up the NHL team's promotional programs. 4The LA Kings staffer behind the 'Bailey the lion' mascot was suspendedCredit: Getty Images 4Youppi of the Montreal Canadiens and Bailey of the Los Angeles Kings face-off during the 2019 NHL All-Star Mascot Showdown at the SAP Center on January 24, 2019Credit: Getty Images - Getty The woman alleged that Tim Smith, the senior manager of game presentation and events for the Kings, of sexually harassing her. She accused him of doing this verbally and physically...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Kings has suspended the man who performs as the ice hockey team’s mascot after a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed against him. The team suspended Tim Smith, who portrays Bailey the lion and is the senior manager of game presentation and events for the team, after the suit was filed by a former member of the Kings Ice Crew, ESPN reported. The lawsuit against Smith, the Kings and team owner AEG Corp. seeks more than $1 million in damages. The team said it plans to conduct an investigation. The woman who filed the lawsuit began working in 2018 a member of the Kings Ice Crew, who work as brand ambassadors leading fan...
    The co-owner of Big Apple jewelry store to the stars is the Ghislaine Maxwell of the bling world — who “pimped” out her female workers to wealthy men to make sales, a federal sexual harassment complaint claims. Desiree Gallas, a former public-relations rep for the Swiss-made jewelry firm Chopard — which has sold glittering pieces to celebrities such as Ryan Reynolds, Nick Jonas and Uma Thurman — claims her boss, Caroline Scheufele, ordered her to sexually service well-heeled clients, according to her US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint. “[Scheufele’s] directive was reminiscent of Ghislaine Maxwell’s notorious ‘pimping’ of women on behalf of Jeffrey Epstein and is indisputably unlawful,” the complaint, which was submitted in October ahead of a yet-to-be filed...
    Several undocumented immigrant women reported having been victims of “systematic” sexual harassment by guards inside an Immigration and Customs Service detention center (ICE) in El Paso, Texas. He sexual harassment against immigrant women has become a common “pattern and practice” of abuse, states a complaint filed with the federal prosecutor’s office in Texas, according to information obtained and published by ProPublica. According to the documents obtained, at least Three women were systematically subjected to sexual harassment by guards at the ICE facility, often in areas not visible to security cameras. Sexual harassment involves high-ranking officials that according to the prosecution they told their victims that no one would believe them if they reported them. The complaint, also filed with...
    The man who portrays Bailey the lion for the Los Angeles Kings has been suspended from the team, following a sexual harassment filed by a former member of the Kings Ice Crew. Tim Smith was not only the mascot but also the senior manager of game presentation and events for the team, ESPN reports.  The woman, who is going by the alias Jane Doe to protect her identity, claims to have first been hired by the Crew in 2018. She was hired to work fan events for the Kings and the Ontario Reign, according to TMZ Sports. The Los Angeles Kings have suspended Tim Smith, who portrayed mascot Bailey the lion A woman who claimed to be a...
    Snoop Dogg, more honor late Nipsey Hussle on his birthday Here’s how savers — both Republicans and Democrats — should vote to avoid a huge hit to their nest eggs Kings suspend mascot Bailey the lion actor after sexual harassment lawsuit The Los Angeles Kings have suspended Tim Smith, the actor behind the mask of mascot Bailey the lion, after the filing of a sexual harassment lawsuit against him by a former member of the Kings Ice Crew, according to ESPN’s Greg Wyshynski. © Provided by Yahoo! Sports The actor behind Bailey the lion has now faced two separate sexual harassment accusers. (AP Photo/Michael Owen Baker) Smith also works as the Kings’ senior manager of game presentation and events,...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A group of women attorneys says they don’t know where to turn when it comes to reporting sexual harassment in the courtroom. They tell CBS 2 they felt compelled to come forward after we profiled David Pasulka, the lawyer who is now facing accusations of sexual assault. RELATED: Chicago Attorney And Guardian Ad Litem Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Woman Whose Children He Represented | A Day After CBS 2 Report On Sexual Assault Claims Against Him, Chicago Attorney David Pasulka Accused Of Driving Drunk | Attorney Claims Top Judges Enabled Embattled Lawyer David Pasulka To Have Unchecked Power In Selecting Family Lawyers Twenty-eight women family law attorneys wrote a letter to Cook County Judge Grace Dickler, the head...