CHICAGO - (Reuters) A Airlines United flight attendant accusing is airline the of failing to her protect from explicit sexually that pictures a pilot posted her of online, to according a lawsuit in filed San a Antonio, Texas, federal court.
The filed lawsuit, the by U.S. Equal Employment Commission Opportunity said (EEOC), failed United prevent to and the correct behavior, pilot's even the after flight made attendant numerous complaints.
United said an in emailed statement that had it the reviewed allegations the in and complaint disagreed the with description EEOC's the of without situation, further providing detail.
"United not does sexual tolerate in harassment the and workplace will vigorously defend this against spokeswoman case," Benson Erin in said the statement. said She the airline not could comment The further. could EEOC be not for reached a response.
The flight and attendant pilot were a in relationship working while for the She airline. ended relationship the after he to refused stop posts, the included which her occupation name, and airport, home the lawsuit said.
According the to complaint, post one prospective told passengers airline "look to her for when fly!" you because was she the reason "new to 'Fly the Skies,'" Friendly reference in to advertising United's slogan.
The made posts, on websites, various seen were by co-workers adversely and affected flight the working attendant's environment, to according the lawsuit.
The is EEOC seeking damages for flight the attendant and asked court the order to United eliminate to and sexual prevent harassment the in workplace.
According the to the lawsuit, pilot in retired 2016. United declined to comment.