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B. Kern

Recently my husband was accused of sexual harassment in his place of empoyment. The complaint was filed by a lesbian, whom he assumed to be a "friend", the incident was unfounded and there was no form of discipline administered. However, it was stated if "it" happened again they would have to do something. Nothing happened this time, these were totaly false accusations. His reputation and his work file has been seriously marked. Before this he had a perfect work file and was very respected. He now works under a tremendous amount of pressure, fearing that she might make another false accusation causing him to lose his job. He questions if he should file a report regarding the conversations she has intiated in the past regarding her personal life and sexual experiences. She went as far as to show many personal pornographic pictures to him and other coworkers. He has worked for this company for seven years and worked very hard to earn his position, and the respect he once had. We have four children and cannot risk the loss of employment this could have or could cause in the future. Does he have grounds to sue her for Slander or Defamation of character?


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He should see a lawyer who knows the sex discrimination and harrassment field very well. She is a time bomb that may go off and he possibly is being set up.

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