STAMFORD, Conn. -- Claims of crude sexual banter and sexual advances are two of the accusations being made against August Wolf of Stamford by a former campaign aide in a lawsuit filed Wednesday against the Republican Senate candidate, according to the Connecticut Post.
Filed Wednesday in state Superior Court by Samantha Menh, who worked for Wolf in March, the sexual harassment lawsuit also claimed that Wolf's treatment of her created a hostile work environment, said the Connecticut Post.
Wolf, who did not receive the Republican nomination to run for Senate this fall, plans to challenge Dan Carter (who did receive the nomination), in an August primary election. Asked about the suit, Wolf said the 12-page complaint was motivated by money and he vehemently denied the charges, added the Connecticut Post.
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