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Wednesday, October 20, 2004

First, No Hockey - And Now This, Ranger Ex-Cheerleader Sues for Sexual Harassment


While it's not Mackris v. O'Reilly, yet, hockey deprived fans should check out the Newsday story about Courtney Prince's claim based on the conduct of managerial personnel. Prince, former member and captain of the New York Rangers City Skaters, claims she was terminated after she warned her fellow cheerleaders to be wary of the company executives as well as the players. That followed a request for sex in a bathroom at a West Village party which ultimately led to her being called (according to her) a 'sexual predator'. Maybe it will be as entertaining as a hockey game! One legal point, unlike the Mackris suit, it does appear that Prince has cleared the administrative hurdles of filing a charge of discrimination.


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