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Fort Worth firefighter endured ‘unrelenting’ sexual harassment, lawsuit says

A firefighter is suing the city of Fort Worth, Texas, and six of its employees, for sexual discrimination. In the Jane Doe case, the plaintiff claims that after she filed complaints of sexual harassment, she was coerced into early retirement. The former employee claims that ttwo of her supervisors raped her on three separate occasions. Additionally, she says that a different supervisor performed a lewd act in front of her. Doe claimed the harassment began in 2013.

Key Takeaways:

  • A Fort Worth firefighter allegedly had multiple instances of assault and rape during her tenure at the station.
  • The firefighter says she stayed in the abusive situation so that she could receive a full pension for herself and her daughter.
  • The Fort Worth Fire station has opened an internal investigation into the claims.

“For nearly two weeks after the incident, Doe remained on the same shift with the coworker as the complaint was passed on to Stevens.”

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