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Tuesday January 16th 2018



3 MTA bus drivers file $30 million sexual harassment lawsuit

Three bus drivers for New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority have filed a $30 million sexual harassment lawsuit against the city.

The bus drivers, Nancy Jenkins, Teresa Garcia and Stephanie Lopez, claim their bad boss subjected them to a sexually hostile work environment.

Jenkins alleges that Earl Bryan licked the side of her face on April 2012. According to the complaint, when she complained to a manager, he made a comment to Jenkins “confirming that the Transit Authority was already well aware of Bryan’s pattern and practice of unlawful sexual harassment.”

Garcia claims that Bryan began sexually harassing her in 1999 and once told her, “I want to lick you from your head to your toes and everything in between.” Bryan allegedly also tried to kiss her, tried to touch her leg, and made several crude sexual remarks to Garcia.

Bryan was fired last year when Jenkins exposed her sexual harassment allegations via the Daily News.

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