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Unfortunately the manager's actions towards your wife wouldn't give you legal grounds to terminate the contract that you entered into with the facility. The contract would have been that they provide services and you make a monthly payment for those services.
While it was completely unprofessional for the manager to behave in this manner, it this was one incident, it wouldn't rise to the level of harassment and be illegal so as to give you grounds to abandon the contract. Now if the manager followed either of you around while you were there and continued to engage you, then that would be a different story.
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Ok, then that could be used as a defense to any claim that you breached the contract. If the manager was harassing her consistently, then that would be illegal and would give you grounds to terminate because you aren't getting what you contracted for, which would be a facility with the inherent requirement of a lack of harassment..
If they tried to sue you, you and wife could countersue them based on the harassment and a judge would likely just zero out both claims and tell the manager not to harass its customers.