Alexis Marquez worked as a law clerk in the Manhattan commercial division from 2014 to 2017. She began working for acting Supreme Court Justice Douglas Hoffman in September 2017, according to her complaint. Marquez claims Hoffman began to treat her “as a wife, girlfriend, personal companion, and personal assistant” shortly after she began working for him.

Marquez claims Hoffman was relentless in his personal questions and conversations with her, suggesting they eat lunch together every day. She claims he talked about past cases involving sexual relations, invited her to imagine them married, told her to sit closer to him, and showed her personal texts and videos.

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