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The director of a museum where “The Stepford Wives” was filmed is alleging that a hostile work environmenther was created by her gay colleagues, including one who poked her in the eye and another who showed her graphic pictures from a gay Web site.

Marjorie St. Aubyn, executive director of the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum in Norwalk, Conn., says the incidents were part of a campaign to force her to resign. She also said her car was vandalized and she was threatened with poisoning.

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