An Agriculture Department employee reportedly stunned an audience of co-workers at a Black History Month event last week by taking the stage and publicly naming a supervisor she claims offered her a promotion in exchange for sex.
The Washington Post reported that Rosetta Davis named the supervisor and gave an emotional account of their interactions – before she was led backstage, shouting.
The USDA reportedly then put her on administrative leave and told her not to use agency facilities or contact USDA workers to discuss her employment.
Davis already had filed a lawsuit in federal court detailing her claims, before revealing her story to an audience of peers.
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