Texas Democratic Congressman Al Green slept with and then filed a lawsuit against his alleged drug addict aide.
Yes, you read that correct, a congressman was involved with a drug addict and then engaged in a trashy court room brawl with her.
Lucinda Daniels is the former district director for Green who proclaimed that she was sexually harassed by the congressman and demanded he pay her $1.8 million.
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The Democrat sued her as soon as she threatened to publicly voice her opinion of the hostile work environment that she suffered.
Ironically, the creepy congressman claimed that he “will not be extorted or blackmailed,” yet he is the one that got in bed with a woman he claims is addicted to drugs.
These alleged claims by Daniels did not make Green happy because he turned around and sued her for using their sexual relationship as a bargaining chip to shake him down for money.
“Green has done nothing wrong and refuses to pay “hush money” just for political expediency,” says 2008 federal court documents filed by Green.
“Contrary to Daniels’ claims of workplace hostility, discrimination and/or retaliation because of her gender and/or romantic moment, the evidence will show that Daniels voluntarily resigned her position and that her work performance was disappointing.”
Lucinda Daniels unknowingly dialed the congressman while she was allegedly buying cocaine from a drug dealer. Green made sure to bring that voicemail to court.
“Daniels asks for the purchase price of the drugs, which she calls her ‘Tuesday special’ price. In response, the drug dealer sells her the drugs for $40.00.”
After listening to her voicemail, Green claims that he confronted Daniels on her drug use and ultimately, “Daniels immediately admitted the accuracy of the recording capturing her drug deal and agreed to submit to drug counseling and treatment.”
How could a man for the law keep a drug addict on his staff?
A congressman should have the brain capacity to understand that he is for the law, not supposed to be working with law breakers.
This is not the type of man that we want serving the people. He cannot even get a handle on his own personal life!
–Kylie Handler is a News Editor for The Horn News
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