Official from Leningrad region accused Legislation Assembly deputy of harassment because of quarrel
Yuli Golikov told reporters that the charges against him are fabrications. The woman official did not give her comment.
A sex scandal took place in government circles of the Leningrad region.
An employee of the Committee on Local Government, Interethnic and Interfaith Relations has accused the Legislation Assembly member Yuli Golikov of harassment. In response, the parliamentarian called these accusations stupid, NEWS-R reports.
Golikov claims that it was rather the official who was following him - she did not miss a single meeting of the commission on housing and communal services, where he was the chairman. But soon the woman changed sympathy to anger: Golikov shouted at his fan because of a conflict on the basis of disagreement of party views.
This had an effect on the official in a rather specific way: at first she was hiding and did not get in touch even with her superiors.
Later it became known that she made a statement about the harassment to the law enforcement agencies.
It is worth noting that the woman did not present her version of the events.
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