A former NFL Network employee accuses several former colleagues of sexual harassment. Jami Cantor, a former wardrobe stylist for the NFL Network, filed an amended complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court against the NFL Enterprises. She accused producers and on-air personalities alleging that they subjected her to unlawful discrimination and retaliation, sexual harassment and a hostile work environment. She named executive producer Eric Weinberger as well as current and former on-air TV analysts Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor, Warren Sapp and Heath Evans. Cantor alleges that the harassers sent her nude pictures and sexually explicit texts. She also claims that she was asked deeply personal and invasive questions about her sex life and that she was both fondled and groped.
The NFL Network fired her allegedly because she stole NFL property. Cantor claims that the NFL Network fired her because she did not go along with the sexual harassment. If you are a victim of workplace sexual harassment, contact your Tampa Employment Lawyer Darren D. McClain.
This post was written by Darren McClain