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Rep. Eric Massa resigns after sexual harassment allegations by male staffers

Following several sexual harassment complaints that were being investigated by the House ethics committee, Rep. Eric Massa (D., N.Y.) resigned from Congress on Monday.  The complaints alleged that Massa, who is married with two children, groped at least two male aides and sexually propositioned young male staffers and interns.

 

Rep. Eric Massa

In an interview with Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck on Tuesday, Massa admitted to “groping” a male aide, but he denied that it was sexual.  Massa said, “Now they’re saying I groped a male staffer. Yeah, I did. Not only did I grope him, I tickled him until he couldn’t breathe and then four guys jumped on top of me.”

“My behavior was wrong,” Massa also said in an the Glenn Beck interview. “I should never have allowed myself to be as familiar with my staff as I was.”

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2 Responses to “Rep. Eric Massa resigns after sexual harassment allegations by male staffers”

  1. harvey says:

    …but none of any of this was ever proven about the congressman. what is it all turns out to be not true — will you guys retract this rating?

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