On the Tuesday, April 21 KGVO Radio Talk Back show, Josh Van de Wetering, attorney for fired Missoula County Deputy and former Public Information Officer Paige Pavalone said his client wants her day in court.
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Missoula County has settled a lawsuit filed by a sheriff's deputy who said she was discriminated against when she was repeatedly questioned about a kiss she shared with a married deputy at her residence during a time when he failed to respond to a 911 call.
Missoula County settled a lawsuit yesterday with a female Missoula County Sheriff's Deputy for $60,000 over a kiss that occurred with another off-duty deputy, in which she claimed gender discrimination and right to privacy violations.
Missoula County recently settled a discrimination and right to privacy claim involving allegations made by deputy Rebecca Birket with the Missoula County Sheriff's Office from events that occurred in 2012, while Carl Ibsen was sheriff.
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