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hawaii: my husband has been falsely accused by a woman who has a history of filing lawsuits against companies. his co-workers are baffled by this accusation because he is such a gentleman. we imagine she is retaliating because my husband rejected her own sexual innuendos. i am six months pregnant and this accusation is not only hurting my husband, but is affecting my health. what can we do to protect ourselves and put a stop to this nonsense? we desperately want to file a defamation lawsuit. she has absolutely nothing on my husband, we have people willing to testify against her, and she has already sued three companies (or more that i am not aware of yet). how can the law system allow these injustices (i.e., multiple lawsuits)?!




First I want to suggest if your husband have not done so to request that he be removed from her department or vise versa. It is very important that he stay away from her as I do believe it is only a matter of time before she trap herself with her own bait. Your husband need to also make it very clear with upper mangement that he will not be subjected to slander or defamation of character which has ultimately affect his work performance and depriving him of his duties as a husband physically and mentally. Please refer to page 2 of this website for messages posted to the following individuals: Tammy Weston, Irma, Sylvrsprng, Springkid, Casper35, and VL102371. This is helpful information and a great means to protect yourself now before it get worse. I have also provided telephone numbers to speak to individuals regarding filing an EEOC Complaint and other resources available. I don't think it could harm your husband to file a restraining order against his harasser and this will force his employer to keep her away from him as well as sending a message that he will not tolerate harassment.

[Edited by HotRedCathie on 06-16-2001 at 10:55 PM]

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