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Boss in hot water for firing woman by text for refusing sex

Boss in hot water for firing woman by text for refusing sex
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A married Long Island -limo-company manager and his employer have been mandated to pay out over 700 000 dollars to former female dispatcher he fired for rejecting his sexual advances.

A married Long Island -limo-company manager and his employer have been mandated to pay out over 700 000 dollars to former female dispatcher he fired for rejecting his sexual advances.

The 32-year-old Geralyn Ganci sued manager Raymond Townsend after she was fired for repeatedly refusing his barrage of sleazy requests, which eventually landed her in the hospital with extreme emotional distress, the New York Post reported.
Ganci said in her suit that the sex-crazed Townsend said in one text that he had to pull over to the side of the road and masturbate thinking about her.
Ganci added that she was shocked and sickened by his behavior that occurred despite the fact that Townsend's wife worked at the same New Hyde Park company and sat near her.
Finally, after allegedly forcing her into a restroom and putting his hand up her shirt, Townsend told the resistant Ganci she was fired in February 2009.
The court papers said that the plaintiff even received another text message from Townsend which has been preserved stating that the reason plaintiff was fired was because he "refused to have sex with the general manager."
Ganci's lawyer, Debra Wabnik, said that they are pleased with the jury verdict and to have gotten justice for Ms. Ganci.
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