California democratic party official withdrawal after a rape, allegations of misconduct

Regional director, following allegations of rape and inappropriate behavior came from California to the Democratic party.

Craig Cheslog, 46, allegedly “acted in an inappropriate and sexually aggressive manner” against a 23-year-old woman after a Board meeting Nov. 18, according to a letter, the party leaders sent to the party Secretary, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Maddy Dean, who was not mentioned in the letter, revealed later to the times, as the woman, the accused Cheslog act in a sexually aggressive way. She wrote in a Facebook post that she “came forward to protect others, so that these have always been more than just me.”

“Young people deserve an inclusive and safe environment in which they engage in politics. We deserve transparency in these studies, in our workplace. We deserve to be heard, not silenced, by those who decide our future,” she added.

Regional director Craig Cheslog will be eliminated from California to the Democratic party, in the midst of sexual misconduct claims behavior.

State officials said the incident occurred on a weekend, where the containment of sexual harassment in the policy was a dominant theme.

— Jazmine Ulloa (@jazmineulloa) December 15, 2017

Meanwhile, a second woman, the anonymous, allegedly Cheslog experienced alleged behaviour towards Dean, and came with her own accusation, “that Mr. Cheslog raped her on a CDP executive board meeting of the previous year,” according to the letter.

According to the allegations, Cheslog party secertary Jenny Bach, he was to resign, wrote that he is not a “distraction” for the party, and added that he was “confident” that he would ultimately be exonerated, the Times reported.

Chelsog has since been fired from his job in the non-Profit organization Common Sense Media, and has resigned, reported by a school district board of trustees, the paper.

Ironically, the alleged inappropriate behavior took place at the weekend in the prevention of sexual harassment to be a major topic of discussion, the reported Times.

Carolyn Phinney, a former member of the party, claimed that her October termination letter that Cheslog and other party leaders forced them, after offers stopped support for Cheslog, the East Bay Times ” reported.

Benjamin Brown is a reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bdbrown473.

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