Vladovic Accuser Speaks Out With Details of Harassment
LA School Report | October 16, 2013
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Via Los Angeles Daily News | By Barbara Jones
A veteran Los Angeles Unified secretary who filed harassment allegations against school board President Richard Vladovic has identified herself publicly in an exclusive interview with the Daily News, saying she’s speaking out in an effort to end bullying by the district’s powerful officials.
Lily Nuñez is the previously unidentified staffer whose six-page complaint detailed eight incidents in which she said Vladovic made sexually inappropriate remarks, told offensive jokes and used a sexual slur to describe a gay co-worker. Redacted copies of her complaint, along with one filed by a still-unidentified LAUSD employee, were released last week under a California Public Records Act request.
“I want to be the face for all those employees who have suffered because of him,” Nuñez said Tuesday in a phone interview. “I can’t let him do it to me again and do it to other people.”
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