Lowe’s sued for ‘troubling pattern’ of male-on-male sex harassment

Lowe’s Company Inc. is being sued for a “troubling pattern” of male-on-male sexual harassment at its Vacaville store, a San Francisco attorney said Wednesday after filing the civil complaint in Solano County Superior Court.

In a press statement and during a brief interview, Kelly Armstrong said she filed the lawsuit on behalf of a John Doe, withholding his identity because of the nature of the complaint, which alleges several “causes of action” against Lowe’s Home Centers and a former employee at the 1751 E. Monte Vista Ave. store, identified as Mark Fox.

“Male-on-male sexual harassment is common in the United States, but employers routinely fail to take complaints seriously when

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