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A federal judge rejected a request by the conserved $4.3 billion Municipal Credit Union in New York to dismiss allegations by a former senior executive who is claiming her supervisors ignored and retaliated against her over complaints of sexual harassment by disgraced former MCU President/CEO Kam Wong.

Former MCU Vice President of Mortgage Operations Anie Akpe-Lewis is claiming in her lawsuit that rather than investigating and remediating the alleged sexual harassment by Wong, the credit union and some of her supervisors allegedly subjected her to reduced bonuses, denied her regular evaluations, excluded her from monthly meetings with her colleagues, and ridiculed her for her afro hairstyle.

Peter Strozniak

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