A federal judge Tuesday denied an attempt by prosecutors to throw out a harassment lawsuit filed by a white letter carrier against the Postmaster General.
A federal court judge denied federal prosecutor’s summary judgment motion on Tuesday, stating that its up to a jury to sort through many disputed facts in an ongoing harassment lawsuit filed by a white letter carrier against the Postmaster General.
Deb S. White, a letter carrier who was employed by the United State Postal Service for more than 24 years, filed the lawsuit in June, 2019, after she said she was a target of bullying from co-workers, who were African American, according to the complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Toledo. She was assigned to work at the Toledo-Reynolds Corners Station, 6020 W. Bancroft St.
The lawsuit was previously filed against Postmaster General Megan Brennan, but it now names Postmaster General Louis De Joy.