DeKalb County Commissioner Greg Adams is being accused by one of his office’s employees of sexual harassment.
Ashlee Wright, who is Adams’ district director, alleges that he pursued a late-night “sexual liaison” while they were at an out-of-town conference. She also says he asked for pictures of her in a bikini, among other allegations.
Wright is seeking $750,000 from the county government to resolve the allegations outside of court.
Adams, a pastor and former police officer, denies making inappropriate comments.
He says he treats employees and constituents with integrity and accountability.
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