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Point for MSG accuser [USA]

Author: Ken Berger, Newsday [USA], Published on: 20 September 2006

The federal agency enforcing laws against workplace discrimination has ruled in favor of Anucha Browne Sanders in her sexual harassment complaint against Madison Square Garden [part of Cablevision], determining that there is probable cause for her claims. In affirming Browne Sanders' allegation that she was subjected to sexual harassment and fired from her job as a Garden executive for complaining about it, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission dealt a blow to the Garden, Knicks coach and president Isiah Thomas, and MSG chairman James Dolan... MSG released a statement yesterday calling Browne Sanders' case "a false and financially motivated fabrication brought by a disgruntled former employee."

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Related companies: Cablevision Madison Square Garden (part of Cablevision)