Here are recently-filed papers – including the supporting Affirmation, Opposition, and Reply (without exhibits) – relating to plaintiff Hanna Bouveng’s request for a temporary restraining order and/or preliminary injunction preventing defendant Benjamin Wey from intimidating and harassing plaintiff and her family, friends, colleagues, and business acquaintances.
In this sexual harassment lawsuit, plaintiff alleges that while employed by the defendants, she was subjected to quid pro quo sexual harassment, including sexual assault and battery inflicted upon plaintiff by defendant Wey.
In her motion, plaintiff alleges (for example) that Wey said and/or implied that plaintiff was an alcoholic, a drug user, and a prostitute, and engaged in witness intimidation. She characterizes his conduct as “retaliatory and punitive”.
The Daily News reports that on Friday, presiding Judge Gardephe told Benjamin Wey’s attorney “that his client’s cyber-campaign against Hanna Bouveng is ‘of deep concern to me … It has to stop … right away and corrective action has to be taken.'”