Sandra Guzman, a former editor at the New York Post, has filed a lawsuit against News Corporation, the New York Post and the paper's editor in chief Col Allan.
In her suit she alleges incidents of sexual harassment, racial discrimination and "unlawful employment practices and retaliation."
Along with the suit other provocative items came to light as well. One of these is the admission by one of the New York Post's high ranking journalists who had confirmed to [her] that the Post had a policy in place "to destroy Barack Obama. We don't want him to succeed.'"
The rest of Ms. Guzman's allegations reads like a laundry list of sexual perversions. Here are some of the lowlights laid out in Guzman's complaint...
"On one occasion when Ms. Guzman and three female employees of the Post were sharing drinks at an after-work function. Defendant Allan approached the group of women, pulled out his blackberry and asked them 'What do you think of this?' On his blackberry was a picture of a naked man lewdly and openly displaying his penis. When Ms. Guzman and the other female employees expressed their shock and disgust at being made to view the picture, Defendant Allan just smirked... [N]o investigation was ever conducted and the Company failed to take any steps to address her complaints."
Guzman's complaint goes on:
"On another occasion, upon information and belief, Defendant Allan approached a female employee during a party at the Post, rubbed his penis up against her and made sexually suggestive comments about her body, including her breasts, causing that female employee to feel extremely uncomfortable and fearing to be alone with him."
That sounds like one classy operation they're running over there!