HOUSTON – A Houston woman says continuous sexual harassment caused her to quit her job as delivery driver.
Angel Sullivan-Blake filed a lawsuit against her former employer, Web Ex Corp., in the Harris County 151st District Court on Feb. 2.
Sullivan-Blake alleges the defendant’s owner subjected her to a hostile work environment during much of her employment from November 2015 to June 2016.
Reginald Webster purportedly propositioned Sullivan-Blake for sex, demanded she send him nude pictures, and continually made “other sexually harassing” demands and remarks, to which the plaintiff tried to have stopped to no avail.
She further accuses him of touching her inappropriately.
According to the suit, Webster sexually harassed other female employees aside from the complainant.
Consequently, Sullivan-Blake seeks unspecified monetary damages.
She is represented by Robert R. Debes, Jr. and Dorian Vandenberg-Rodes of the law firm Shellist Lazarz Slobin LLP in Houston.
Harris County 151st District Court Case No. 2018-7287