Remember the Lower Merion woman who recently stood up at a board of commissioner's meeting and accused an officer -- by name -- of sexually assaulting and harassing her? Well, she's now filed a federal lawsuit against him and the township.
The Inquirer's Nathan Gorenstein reports:
A Lower Merion woman has sued the township, police department and a patrolman, saying she was stalked by the married officer after she broke off a budding relationship with him.
Gabrielle Drexler, 25, filed suit in U.S. District Court, a step taken after she appeared at a township commissioners meeting in May to complain about the incident. She said the officer, Michael John, repeatedly called her, texted her, parked near her home and peered into her window.