A New York state appeals court has suspended Long Island lawyer Eliot Bloom, finding that he called two prosecutors “sluts” and harassed an elderly client.

In response, Bloom, who said he was misheard and never used the slur, on Thursday filed a federal civil rights complaint against the New York state court system and several of its top officials, in which he demanded $6 million in damages.

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