Thereafter, the complainant called Claywell to make arrangements to have her
paychecks signed (which he had failed to do), and they agreed that she would come to
the office with her husband so that this could be done. Upon their arrival, and after
unsuccessful efforts to get the check signed, the Simsbury police arrived in response to
a call from an employee of respondent (at Claywell’s direction) that the complainant and
her husband were trespassing.
Additional Findings of Fact from the April 17, 2008 public hearing
Relative to the September 8, 2004 physical touching sexual harassment incident, Claywell orchestrated the entire incident by luring the complainant to a position behind his desk, wherein he pushed his chair forward so as to effectively pin the complainant between his desk and his chair, at which point he commenced to fondle her (TR 17-20).
During her first week of employment with the respondent, the complainant was warned by Barbara that, “…a lot of people start work there and they don’t last more than just a few days, and to just, you know, be careful” (TR 20, 21).
The incident of September 9, 2004 came about when Claywell, not believing it necessary for the complainant to do her job, sent her to a small upstairs room to pack books, where she was forced to sit on the floor in a six foot by
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