According to a lawsuit filed this week, a senior manager on Google’s global security team cruelly joked about a company security guard over text messages, which form part of a pattern of workplace harassment against the homosexual, Black employee.
David Brown, who filed the lawsuit, is jointly employed by the Alphabet Inc unit and security company Allied Universal. Brown is seeking unspecified monetary damages for alleged physical and emotional harassment at Google’s LA offices based on both his race and sexual orientation. The suit claims the harassment took place between 2014 and last year.
Brown’s supervisor, Henry Linares, allegedly accounted for much of the harassment, including “grabbing him on the buttocks, kicking him in the groin, throwing him through a window head first and brutally grabbing his nipples.” According to the filing, Linares was fired for other reasons this year.
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