This case takes place in Florida and involves sexual harassment of an employee in the corporate offices of a large office supply company. Beginning shortly after she was first hired as an administrative assistant, the plaintiff’s supervisor repeatedly made remarks of a sexual nature to her, all of which she discouraged and asked him to stop. After a few months of this behavior, the employee’s supervisor began inappropriately touching the Plaintiff on the pretext of performing work activities. Defendant continued the offensive behavior for several months until on one occasion, he took the plaintiff to a conference room, shut the door, grabbed her from behind, and pressed his genital area against her. the plaintiff fought back and physically resisted his advances. Thereafter, the supervisor’s behavior changed. he became angry and treated the Plaintiff with contempt, giving her very difficult work assignments, such that other employees noticed and asked why he was treating her so badly. The plaintiff eventually reported the defendants behavior to his supervisor, who called for a meeting between the two. At this meeting the defendant’s supervisor accused the plaintiff of lying. They were told to “work things out” and was left alone together where the supervisor threatened the plaintiff. Shortly after this event, the plaintiff was fired from the company.