The man known on the Howard Stern radio show as the “King of All Blacks” and his wife are suing the city of Englewood, claiming that he was demoted from his DPW job and that she was sexually harassed, a published report says.
Lawrence Coward and his wife, Jessie, filed separate civil complaints in Hackensack alleging sexual harassment, employee discrimination and retaliation, according to Nj.com .
Coward contends that his supervisor told his wife “if she didn’t give into a hug that he would make things hard for her husband at DPW and put him on the back of [a] garbage truck,” his suit contends.
“After Jessie repeatedly refused to hug him, she finally gave him for full hug with max physical contact,” it says.
City officials said they don’t comment on pending litigation. READ MORE….
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