Junior solicitor claims she was groped by her millionaire boss and then fired for refusing his advances

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Junior solicitor claims she was groped by her millionaire boss and then fired for refusing his advances



A JUNIOR solicitor “constantly groped” by her millionaire boss claimed he fired her after she refused his advances.
The woman, 27, told an employment tribunal the married partner hired only attractive young women and said he was “allowed two wives”.
Getty – Contributor A junior solicitor has told an employment tribunal her millionaire boss ‘constantly groped’ her
The boss, 49, took the £42,000-a-year newly qualified brief, who cannot be named, on a work trip to Amsterdam where he allegedly took her to a live sex show.
And in Dubai, she said he gave her unwanted massages. She also claimed he drugged her after a Christmas do.
The woman, who is claiming sex discrimination, a breach of contract and holiday pay, said: “I brought this claim because what he did was wrong and I don’t want him to do this to other girls.”
She denied flirting with her boss, identified only as “D”.
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Judge Tina Elliott said comparisons in the case with Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and Topshop mogul Sir Philip Green were “valid”.
Daphne Romney QC, representing D, said the woman was lying, partied with him until the early hours and sent him WhatsApp pics of herself.
The Central London tribunal continues.
PA:Press Association Judge Tina Elliott said comparisons in the case with Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and Topshop mogul Sir Philip Green (pictured) were ‘valid’

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