A love-crazed Wall Street regulator, fired for sexually harassing a colleague who rejected her obsessive wooing, waged a relentless battle to get rehired and unleashed an onslaught of harassment on the company, a lawsuit alleges.
The NY Post reports that in the year and a half since the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority fired examiner Ling Chan, of Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, she applied 574 times for 82 positions at the authority, using at least 150 aliases from 11 e-mail accounts, the firm says in court papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.
At her home on August 8, Chan declined to comment. Chan went unhinged, the suit says, after co-worker Dan Small rebuffed her advances in December 2011 at FINRA’s Broad Street offices.
When an HR rep told Chan to back off, she asked the rep to forward a love letter to Small, the suit says. Eight days later, Chan was fired — but she wrote Small another love letter apologising, the suit says.
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