Labor Leader Mickey Kasparian Accused Of Sexual Assault In New Suit
Friday, December 15, 2017
Photo by Milan Kovacevic
Joshua Stewart, politics and county government reporter, The San Diego Union-Tribune
New sexual misconduct allegations have surfaced against San Diego labor leader Mickey Kasparian, who is now accused of sexual assault.
Kasparian was ousted as head of the regional Labor Council earlier this year, after a female employee accused him of forcing her into a sexual relationship. This time, a 31-year old county government employee is suing Kasparian for allegedly pinning her down on a sofa and groping her.
Kasparian denied the allegations in a statement to The San Diego Union-Tribune.
“Let me be crystal clear, without any equivocation whatsoever — all of these accusations are categorically and completely false,” he wrote.
Union-Tribune politics reporter Joshua Stewart joins KPBS Midday Edition on Friday with more on how this new allegation could impact Kasparian's political influence.
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