Asked by Funie on 31-01-2022 11:50:36
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
If one has been accused of sexual harrasement in the workplace by a sub-ordinate which claims one has used their power as a superior to commit this act and victim states that the superior who is accused was trying to pursue a relationship with them outside of work, she has been entertaining through replying to messages but never has she ever asked him to stop nor has the accuesed toughed or made any sexual inferences to the victim whatsoever and the outcome of the case is guilty, how can the accused contest this and what should he do?
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