Madison, Wisconsin — The Republican Party of Wisconsin today released an investigation report recently obtained from the Middleton-Cross Plains school district that shows State Schools Superintendent and Democrat candidate for governor Tony Evers left a teacher in the classroom despite allegations of sexual harassment by a fellow teacher – a disturbing revelation that comes in addition to previously reported accounts of spreading pornography during school and making predatory comments about students. The party released the following statement with the report:
- The victim of harassment said she “felt like a rape victim with the frat buddies who are all ‘in on it.’ She felt like she couldn’t take it to anyone, even the union…she felt so alone.” (page 2)
- The teacher accused of sexual harassment got angry when he found out about the investigation (page 4) and suggested retaliating against the victim who reported him. (page 7).
- The same teacher accused of sexual harassment made sexually charged comments directed towards students and their physical appearance. (page 5)
- The school district that investigated these claims found that the accused had engaged in “harassment” and had created a “hostile” environment that was “highly inappropriate in a school/educational setting of middle school-aged students.” (page 10)