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Gay police officer wins $225,000 in workplace discrimination lawsuit

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A gay police officer in San Francisco will receive a $225,000 settlement after alleging harassment and discrimination in the workplace.

Officer Brendan Mannix was awarded the amount by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors at its 8 February meeting. It marked the second and final vote on the settlement after Officer Mannix first filed his lawsuit in 2018.

He alleged that he was subjected to repeated harassment by Sergeants Patrick Tobin and Lawrence McDevitt at Central Station, Mission Local reported.

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