The Board of Trustees rejected a student’s claim for alleged sexual harassment and retaliation at its June 5 meeting.
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The Board of Trustees rejected a student’s claim for alleged sexual harassment and retaliation at its June 5 meeting.

Raymond Bernal, a student writer for the PCC Courier, brought the claim against an undisclosed district employee.

Bernal’s claim is the first step in legal proceedings against the college.  Now that the Board of Trustees has rejected the claim, Bernal now has the option of filing a lawsuit.

Gail Cooper, general counsel for PCC, said that she could not answer questions about who the district employee is that’s named in the claim.  She also could not comment on the specific amount of the claim, other than it is ‘in excess of $100,000,’ as stated in the board packet.

When asked for comment, Bernal referred questions to his attorney, Rehwald, Glasner & Chaleff.  Attempts to reach the firm for comment were unsuccessful.

 

Comments

  1. Gee, I wonder if this just might be that “undisclosed district employee” who was escorted off campus recently and treated like some kind of hero when he is really some (alleged) sexual harassing perv (allegedly).

    I applaud Raymond Bernal for stepping forward so this type of (alleged) predatory behavior cannot continue.

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