Councilman Allen Warren hosts a community meeting about Grant High School facility repairs in April 2014 at Robertson Community Center in North Sacramento. An attorney for a woman who had accused Warren of sexual harassment demanded $200,000 from the councilman, but there is no evidence Warren agreed to pay the sum.
Councilman Allen Warren hosts a community meeting about Grant High School facility repairs in April 2014 at Robertson Community Center in North Sacramento. An attorney for a woman who had accused Warren of sexual harassment demanded $200,000 from the councilman, but there is no evidence Warren agreed to pay the sum. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Councilman Allen Warren hosts a community meeting about Grant High School facility repairs in April 2014 at Robertson Community Center in North Sacramento. An attorney for a woman who had accused Warren of sexual harassment demanded $200,000 from the councilman, but there is no evidence Warren agreed to pay the sum. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

Lawyer demanded $200,000 from Sacramento Councilman Warren after harassment claim

May 21, 2016 3:00 PM

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