Florida woman sues Navy secretary for 'unequal conditions' after sexual harassment claim

ORLANDO, Fla. — An Orlando woman has sued a top U.S. Navy official, alleging that inaction on sexual harassment allegations fostered a workplace that “permeated with unequal conditions for women, particularly assertive women in leadership positions.”Gloria Tuck, who filed the lawsuit in an Orlando federal court, says U.S. Navy Secretary Thomas B. Modly should have known about the harassment and, once discovered, should have reprimanded the accused supervisor.Instead, she claims in the lawsuit, she faced repercussions in the workplace because of Modly’s failure to address the allegations.The in...


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