Linda Sarsour – the outspoken co-founder of the Women’s March – allegedly enabled the sexual assault and harassment of an employee.
According to reports, Asmi Fathelbab, a female employee at the Arab American Association, went to her boss, Sarsour, in 2009 to complain about being sexually assaulted in the workplace.
But Sarsour, who at the time was the executive director of the organization, refused to believe her.
Worse, Fathelbab claims that Sarsour, the self-proclaimed “champion of women,” instead attacked her for bringing up the allegations. Sarsour allegedly used threatening language and “body-shamed” Fathelbab.
Read more at American Action News.