The Filner Files
From the allegations to his house arrest, a comprehensive guide to the sexual harassment claims that led to resignation of San Diego's former Mayor Bob Filner.
Disgraced former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner on Monday was free to leave his downtown residential building for the first time in three months, having completed 90 days of house arrest.
The City Council approved a $250,000 outlay to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by ex-Mayor Bob Filner's former communications director.
Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner was placed on probation for three years after pleading guilty in October to one felony count of false imprisonment and two misdemeanor counts of battery.
How It All Began
Three staunch supporters of Mayor Bob Filner publicly urged him to step down from his post in response to sexual harassment allegations from "numerous" women.
Four prominent San Diego women came forth today accusing Mayor Bob Filner of unwanted sexual advances.
Calls For Filner To Step Down
On a day when four more prominent San Diego women accused Bob Filner of sexual harassment, the San Diego County Democratic Party today voted for him to resign.
Saying that “ours was the wrong group to choose,” the leader of the National Women’s Veterans Association today launched a campaign to force Mayor Bob Filner to resign.
The effort to recall embattled San Diego Mayor Bob Filner officially kicked off today, as petitions were circulated at midnight and volunteers worked at three daytime civic events, capped by a Freedom From Filner rally attended by more than 300 supporters in front of City Hall.
'The Monster Within'
The city of San Diego has resolved a legal claim by a female employee who alleged sexual harassment by former Mayor Bob Filner.
How Bob Filner managed to alienate so many people in a long political career and cause even his staunchest supporters to turn against him.