Former SAPD employee files sexual discrimination lawsuit
A former San Antonio police department employee filed a sexual discrimination and retaliation lawsuit against the city and it has now been settled.
According to documents, the city must pay the woman $155,000 after being fired from the department in 2008. The woman began to work in the department as a graduate intern in 1995 and then became a full-time employee in 1996. She was then promoted until she reached senior management analyst.
The woman filed a lawsuit in 2007 and claimed that she faced discrimination, harassment and mistreatment from her new supervisor. She then said that she faced retaliation for filing the suit, which ultimately lead to her termination.
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