A former Liberal MPP says that he was forced to resign after he was accused of workplace sexual harassment.
Kim Craitor says that the people who accused him were paid off to avoid having the allegation leak to the public.
According to the Niagara Falls Review the accusations were “unfounded and unsubstantiated.”
Premier Kathleen Wynne has revealed that the investigation was conducted by an independent third party expert when the complaints were made against Craitor.
Meantime, N-D-P Leader Andrea Horwath is calling on Premier Wynne to release details about the two members of the Liberal party in the Ontario legislature, who she had to discipline for sexual harassment.
Horwath states that there were some women in the N-D-P caucus who complained in the past.
Wynne says that she never acknowledged the incident involving Craitor’s exit due to the circumstances that would reveal who the complainant was, but that a woman has now come forward and identified herself to the media.