PHILADELPHIA (CN) – A woman claims that when she complained that her boss at Jackson & Hewitt sexually harassed her, her boss’s boss told her that “since they were alone in his office she could make herself feel better by performing oral sex on him.”
Rebecca Myers sued Garfield & Johnson Enterprises dba Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, of Levittown, Pa.; her immediate supervisor, Michael Nolan; and Frank Johnson, a partner or principal of Garfield & Johnson.
She claims that both men sexually harassed her. She says Nolan’s revolting behavior included asking her for ex, and telling her he wanted to “‘lay [her] over a table’ and have sex with her.”
She claims that in evaluating her performance, “Nolan wrote in the evaluation, ‘Rebecca Myers should experience what Nicole Brown Simpson did.’ Nolan had sent this email to Mr. Johnson, who then circulated the evaluation to several other Jackson Hewitt managers and supervisors.”
She says that when she complained to Johnson of this email, he made the comment about “mak(ing) herself feel better by performing oral sex on him.”
She says she was constructively fired. She demands punitive damages. She is represented in Federal Court by Scott Fegley of Yardley, Pa.