Miami Gardens Police Chief Sued by Female Officer for Sexual Harassment

Miami Gardens ex-Police Chief Antonio Brooklen dated two female officers within his department at the same time. And the same female officers were also dating each other. Meanwhile, Chief Brooklen was married with a wife and kids.
Brooklen became the police chief in November 2015 after the former chief was arrested for soliciting a prostitute on camera.
But Brooklen had already been suspended and demoted for seperate sexual harassment claims on his personnel record before he became chief. Now Brooklen is being sued, reports the Miami Herald. 
Former Miami Gardens Police Officer Kalicia Battle is the  woman suing Brooklen.  The suit which was filed on January 4, 2018 claims that: “From the very first day Chief Brooklen laid eyes on 25-year-old Kalicia Battle, she became the object of his unsolicited affection.”
When Battle was applying to become an officer, Brooklen asked to meet her outside the office for an “official meeting” to discuss her application.  Brooklen reportedly requested that they meet at the Miami Gardens strip club Tootsie’s Cabaret; it was there that Brooklen allegedly kissed her on the cheek without her consent.
Upon being hired by the Miami Gardens Police Department, Brooklen asked for another meeting to discuss her status as an officer-in-training.  Battle says that Brooklen forced her into his city-issued vehicle and groped her “legs and chest, in the very   lot of the police station he was tasked with commanding.”
On another occasion Brooklen called her and another rookie officer to his office for a meeting.  After the first male officer left the meeting the chief allegedly called Battle into the room and put his hand down her pants.
“Ms. Battle was frozen in shock,” the suit reads. “Chief Brooklen then told her to sit down and asked if ‘she was excited.’ Not knowing what to say in such a situation with such


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