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Actually, you should not ask for anything but a right to sue letter at this point and you should get an attorney to represent you in a suit in this case. The conduct you describe is willful and malicious breach of the EEOC agreement and sexual harassment, which puts the value of this case at the minimum $50,000 or more range and it is not something you should be dealing with on your own with the EEOC. You need to engage an attorney and sue for lost wages, emotional distress (which alone could be more than $50,000-$100,000, based on how long this has gone on) and also for punitive damages since the company never stopped it after agreeing to do so and violating that agreement. Punitive damages can be up to 3 times your actual damages and also you can get attorney's fees as part of your award for this type of willful misconduct.
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