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A former prosecutor’s sexual harassment case against four supervisors was dismissed May 25.

Alysia Chandler, who worked as a law clerk at the district attorney’s office in 2014 and was sworn in as a deputy district attorney Dec. 5, 2016, alleged multiple instances of sexual harassment, mostly relating to preferential treatment by her supervisor against her, inadequate relief during her pregnancy, and a denial of promotion despite the necessary experiences. 

She filed her complaint July 12, and resigned from the office Sept. 10.

Riverside Superior Judge Sunshike Sykes ruled in agreement with the four defendants that their alleged actions do not constitute sexual harassment.

 Sykes granted

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