I(18yr, British) have found out that a friend of two years (15yr, New Orleans) has been assaulted multiple times by a male peer, first by non-consensual kissing and groping, and more recently through choking, my friend is young and mentally ill (ADHD and a pre-existing ward visit). I've been... Read more »
She was 17 at the time and I was 18. She didn’t want to kiss but I kissed her. After that I stopped and nothing else happened. A little under a year prior when we were both 17 I kissed her with her consent. The second time I did it when I was 18 and she was 17 she said she didn’t want a kiss. I... Read more »
.. sacred position, took advantage of my severe history of trauma, and violated my trust, destroyed my faith, gave me COVID from some missionaries that visited 2 months ago, and worst of all, when my phone broke and I needed a new one, he gave me his old one (after he thought he deleted most... Read more »
Your pastor may have committed a crime, which would be handled through law enforcement and the District Attorney. You should call your local police department or Sheriff's Office to discuss that aspect further. However, I recommend that you speak with an attorney who handles personal injury...Read more »
We were in the middle of having conversation about meeting up again and she asked me to be her date to a wedding when I sent the pictures. (The pictures were of myself) She sent one text the next day telling me to have a good morning and a great day. 2 hours later her daughter calls me saying she... Read more »
We reported an incident of hazing and bullying as a group at my university. The school ignored the complaints until we demanded meetings with the deans about other issues, then we were finally permitted to report the hazing
Now, the school refuses to treat the victims as a collective group.... Read more »
Parents just found out. Three years later. 15 year old almost forced to do oral and was pushed to floor and she fought her way out and ran home. 15 year old was told by the 17 year old the mom wanted to see her and ask her a question. The mom was not home. We live in Louisiana. Can this person be... Read more »
I've been subjected to the harassment at work for 12 years by another manager. He was fired for harassment by his previous employer. In addition to the harassing behavior, he started a rumor that I was having an affair with another supervisor. As a result of the rumor, other employees have... Read more »
Employment law cases are fact sensitive so I cannot assess your chances of winning in Court based on the information provided; however, you should definitely file a claim with the EEOC. Mediation is optional; however, if your employer agree to it, it would not hurt you to go through mediation. If...Read more »
I've been working at this company for a little over a year. Ever since I started work here my manager has touched me inappropriately by smacking me on the butt. I told her to stop and she did but then the sexual comments followed. It would be things like about how big my butt is and about... Read more »
File a claim with the EEOC for sex discrimination. You can find the intake questionnaire at eeoc.gov. You should also gather any documentation you have to prove that you have reported these instances to the District Manager.
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