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Chicago sheriff dept to pay $4 million in discrimination lawsuit

Kim Passananti, a former deputy director for the sheriff’s department in Chicago’s Cook County, has been awarded $4 million in an employment discrimination lawsuit.

A jury agreed with Passananti’s claims that her former boss, John P. Sullivan, lied to her about her job being eliminated.  A man was ultimately hired to replace Passananti after she was fired.

Sullivan was also sued for calling Passananti an insulting name on numerous occasions and for “falsely and maliciously” accusing Passananti of having sex with a Cook County Jail inmate that she had supervised.

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Chicago sheriff dept to pay $4 million in discrimination lawsuit
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