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Gay SF cop gets $225K in settlement of discrimination case

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Three years and seven months after a gay San Francisco cop filed a lawsuit against the City of San Francisco alleging workplace harassment and discrimination, his case has finally been settled.

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to award a settlement of $225,000 to Officer Brendan Mannix at its February 8 meeting.

It was the second and final board vote on the settlement. Mannix was 28 when he filed his lawsuit back in 2018 after allegedly experiencing continued harassment by Sergeants Patrick Tobin and Lawrence McDevitt, as Mission Local reported.

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