More Details Emerge About Lawsuit Against AG Curtis Hill 

Friday, August 23, 2019 at 9:02 AM

By Colin McIntyre, 24/7 News Source

Indiana's attorney general is at the center of a sexual discrimination lawsuit.

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill

(Indianapolis, Ind.) - New details are emerging about a lawsuit accusing Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill of harassing four women. 

New court documents show one of the women reported that an unnamed House Democratic lawmaker also made inappropriate advances on her. 

The new filing also shows that House leaders approached the four women at work after the lawsuit had already been filed to try to get more details about the allegations. 

The suit was filed in June against both Hill and the state of Indiana, claiming sexual harassment, gender discrimination and retaliation. 


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