MIA accused former employee who reported harassment of lying
The Department conducted an internal check and decided to sue the mother of many children.
In Chelyabinsk, the police leadership intends to file a lawsuit to protect honor and dignity of the MIA Department against former police officer Sergeant Lyubov Gerasimova for reporting about harassment committed by her ex-boss. At the MIA’s Main Directorate for the Chelyabinsk Region, a check was conducted among employees who worked with Gerasimova. No evidence proving the information published in the media was found, the press service of the Ministry reported.
“The facts presented by the woman were not confirmed. It was also established that the former Patrol and Inspection Service employee, for the period of her service and after her retirement, no complaints or allegations of harassment to the investigating authorities have been received,” the statement reads.
Earlier, Gerasimova told journalists about the harassment committed by the head of the Patrol and Inspection Service of the Chelyabinsk MIA Department, due to which the single mother with four children had to resign. According to Gerasimova, for five years, she has repeatedly complained to the heads of the city and regional police, as well as human rights activists.
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