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University of Louisville police employee resigns, sues for sexual harassment


Kentucky’s University of Louisville Police is in hot legal water after a former dispatcher sued them for sexual harassment and discrimination.

In addition to being called “Juggsy” by her supervisor for her ample chest size, Charlotte Priddy’s tenure with the ULPD from 2012 to 2018 was allegedly littered with scandal and harassment.

Priddy was reportedly hit on by her supervisor, George West, who sent her a link to a sex toy and asked her to spend the night with him. When she rejected his advances, she was put on 22-hour shifts.

Every time she was harassed, she reported the incident up the chain of command, to no effect. In one case, a co-worker exposed his genitals several times. Despite telling higher-ups, she was stuck with the contractor for three additional days- and threatened by West.

“If you press charges, then everything you have ever done in your life and everything you have ever said will come out in court,” West told her, according to court documents obtained by the Courier-Journal.

Due to the abuse, Priddy resigned due to work conditions and checked herself into the UL Hospital for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. She is suing for unspecified punitive damages and a jury trial.

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