Florida's politician has been accused of extinguished faces

MADEIRA BEACH, Florida – Commissioner Nancy Oakley has been accused of sexual harassment of a former city manager.

The Florida Commission's Ethics issued a report on its findings that Oakley's law violated the state because it was "showing inappropriate behavior" when she successfully faced the management of the city at a 2012 fishing competition.

The report said that there was evidence from a variety of witnesses who said that Oakley was in touch with a manager at the moment, and she was lazy.

The city manager did not report the event for fear of losing his job, the Ethics Commission's reports. He made a formal complaint against Oakley in 2017 when she was filed with an election.

At the election, she and another commissioner and the newly elected mayor suspended the city manager, who said they knew that the ethics complaint against Oakley was pending.

According to the Miami Herald, Oakley rescued to avoid him.

Since the issue was publicly disclosed, others said that Oakley was being transported in a similar way,

according to the Miami Herald.

The fishery competition sponsor said Oakley asks the city manager that she was jumping her face and face of volunteers at other fishing competitions.

Oakley was not found for traffic,

Herald reports.

Nancy Oakley has resigned on the Beach of Madeira …


– Brian Castellani (@castellani)

February 7, 2019


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