Homeowner claimed sexual activities for more money were cleaner's idea, but his story didn't hold up against that of worker and her husband
A British Columbia man must pay more than $40,000 to his former house cleaner for discriminating against her on the basis of sex when he sexually assaulted her, the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has ruled.
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