Allison Gray says her client will file suit against T-Mobile

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Agganis’ lawyer Allison Gray says her client will file suit in federal court this week against T-Mobile, alleging that the company subjected her to a hostile work environment based on her gender.

“What we feel is she should have been taken seriously, and instead she was silenced,” Gray says. “And that practice violates her civil rights.”

Agganis says she’s bringing suit, in part, to be a voice for those who may not feel empowered to do so.

 

Represented by Allison Gray, Waterville woman sues T-Mobile alleging sexual harassment

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Former employee Angela Agganis says she was touched inappropriately by a call center supervisor.

Angela Agganis of Waterville filed a complaint Oct. 9 in U.S. District Court in Portland, accusing the company of subjecting her to a hostile work environment based on her sex. She is represented by Allison Gray, a civil rights attorney with Johnson, Webbert and Young in Augusta.