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The $4.1 billion Municipal Credit Union has asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by one of its former senior executives who claimed supervisors ignored and retaliated against her over complaints of sexual harassment by former President/CEO Kam Wong.

Anie Akpe-Lewis, who was MCU’s vice president of mortgage operations, also alleged that she uncovered an increasing number of defaults of MCU installment loans that she suspected were fraudulent. She also claimed that a MCU employee was involved in down-payment embezzlement schemes regarding automobile loans and that Wong compelled the mortgage approval for a physician with whom he had a close personal relationship.

Peter Strozniak

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