A U.S. Postal Service employee is seeking $1 million in damages after alleging that she was sexually harassed by her former boyfriend, who was her supervisor in the office where she worked.

Maria Rosario, of Windsor Locks, has been a Postal Service driver since July 2012. In her federal lawsuit, she said she had an ongoing, intimate relationship with William Rodriguez, the acting manager of transportation. Rosario did not detail how long the relationship lasted or when it ended, but she said that Rodriguez is married, and she eventually broke things off. At that point, Rosario stated, Rodriguez “became exceedingly angry and began harassing her and making things extremely difficult for her in the workplace.”

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