College of the Mainland employee claims retaliation
An employee at the College of the Mainland has sued the school claiming that her supervisor violated her civil rights by demoting her, ostracizing her and suspending her after she was the witness in a previous sexual harassment case.
According to the lawsuit, the woman was an administrative assistant that claims that she has been the retaliated against for being a witness. The original lawsuit was filed in July 2008 by a former employee against her supervisor.
This new lawsuit is the eighth one brought against the college since 2009. Each lawsuit has claimed some type of civil rights violation that has allegedly occurred on the campus. College officials have not commented on this current lawsuit.
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