Lawsuit Alleges “Musical” Sexual Harassment Resulting in Two Heart Attacks

In a Manhattan federal lawsuit filed on April 8, 2015 and captioned Alexander v. Freelancers Health Service Corporation, SDNY 15-cv-02710, plaintiff alleges that she was subjected to gender discrimination, sexual harassment, a hostile work environment, and retaliation.

Specifically, plaintiff alleges (among other things) that her supervisor made sexual comments about plaintiff’s breasts (referring to them as “them double D’s”), attempted to rub himself against plaintiff, and sang to plaintiff “private eyes, I am watching you, you are so vain, you probably think this song is about you.”

Plaintiff also alleges that she suffered retaliation for complaining about sexual harassment, and that she suffered two heart attacks because of defendants’ conduct.

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