Banker Claims She Was Fired After She Caught Her Boss Masturbating

Banker Claims She Was Fired After She Caught Her Boss Masturbating

Chuck Hinckley sounds like a sexist, a pervert, and a great big loser.

(Link): Banker Claims She Was Fired After She Caught Her Boss Masturbating

By Thornton McEnery
September 22, 2020 | 7:09pm

A junior analyst at an investment bank was regularly harassed by her sex-obsessed boss — and was fired shortly after she caught him masturbating in a conference room, according to an explosive lawsuit.

Logan Williams, who worked as a first-year analyst in the New York office of Marathon Capital, claims that her ex-boss, managing director Chuck Hinckley, regularly screamed at her to “shut up,” shared unwelcome details about his sex life and got too close to her at the office during the pandemic.

…Williams claims Hinckley regularly complained that his wife no longer had sex with him, making him a regular user of so-called “sugar daddy” sex web sites. Throughout the pandemic, Williams says she went into the office to work with Hinckley. He lived in Connecticut but during the week stayed in a New York hotel, which he allegedly used to “entertain prostitutes,” according to the suit.

…Ten days later, Williams says she told Hinckley she was coming into Marathon’s Midtown office at 450 Lexington Ave. to pick up some things and show him a presentation. Upon entering a conference room that Hinckley had taken over as his personal office, Williams says that she found her boss masturbating and “observed an extremely surprised look” on his face.

As Hinckley was “desperately trying to push his penis back into his pants with his left hand,” the suit claims he “was simultaneously moving his computer mouse with his right hand, apparently in an effort to close whatever was open (probably pornography) on his screen.”

A short time after, Hinckley “called out to Ms. Williams and – acting like nothing had happened – insisted that she sit down with him to discuss work matters with her for over an hour,” according to the suit.

Williams attached to her complaint text messages she claims show that she immediately reached out to multiple people about the incident. “Pants down and all?” one managing director replied. “Hostile work environment.” “Omg hahaha,” another executive replied.

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