Seven months after a jury ordered the state to pay $3.75 million in a similar reverse sexual harassment case, the state agreed Monday to pay $425,000 to a former corrections officer who claimed that his female supervisor repeatedly taunted and belittled him.

The plaintiff, Thomas Ferri of Pemberton, also alleged that after he reported the offensive conduct to his superiors, the harassment intensified and he was transferred in retaliation.

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