High drama of the last week, as a USDA-accused employee, a supervisor with a promotion for sex.
A Department of agriculture employee, stunned allegedly an audience of co-workers at a Black History Month event in the last week, taking the stage and the public designation of a supervisor, she claimed offered her a promotion in exchange for sex.
The Washington Post reports that Rosetta Davis named, the managers and gave an emotional account of their interaction, before she was screaming led backstage.
The USDA reportedly then put her on administrative leave and told her not to use you, to discuss the Agency’s facilities or contact the USDA employee, your employment.
Davis had already filed a lawsuit in Federal court detailing their claims, before revealing her story to an audience of like-minded people.
“I agreed to the sex,” explains The Post in a separate interview.
Davis claims that she and the supervisor had a relationship for eight months, but she ended it after superiors searched, an action” as unnatural,” according to The Post.
The lawsuit is reportedly claiming that she was the target of sexual harassment and “brutal retaliation” and never the promotion.
While the case was in the courts for months, to their surprise, the notice to the Agency, the event brought out into the open, right in the middle of a climate where women in the government and in the private sector, to speak on sexual harassment.
An employee present, told the Post the audience was “shell shocked.”
For a comment, a USDA asked spokesperson told Fox News in a statement that, while the employee is on paid leave, “pending an evaluation” of last week’s incident was not exposed.
“In addition, we cannot comment on personnel matters or issues currently the subject of litigation. However, as a matter of the departments, policy, USDA all claims of harassment very seriously. Our goal is to treat people with a process, the said transparent, objective and consistent,” the official said.