Different expert here. Please permit me to assist.
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Regarding your original question, you have a viable claim of sexual harassment by the employer for failing to promptly remove the graffiti. You can file a complaint with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, at this link
. If the matter is resolved in your favor, you will be entitled to lost wages for the time that you were terminated, until you find new employment, or reinstatement to your previous employment position.
Note: you can also hire a private employment rights lawyer
and sue your former employer for the harassment. This may or may not get you greater damages than would be provided by the DFEH complaint.
Hope this helps.
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