Inmate files sexual harassment lawsuit after 2 female prison employees had sex with himBy Mason White 2:31 PM May 7, 2015
By: Chan Yuan
A prison inmate filed a sexual harassment lawsuit after two female employees had sex with him, according to court documents filed in Oregon.
Jeng-Li-Delgado Galban, a registered sex offender, filed the lawsuit for sexual harassment after having sex with two staff members in jail.
Galban said that he was sexually assaulted by two female staff members while under detention in jail in Washington County for allegedly tampering with a witness, sexual harassment, not registering as a sex offender and other allegations.
Galban admitted to voluntarily having sex with the employees.
The women, Jill Curry and Brett Robinson, who served as maintenance technicians in the maximum security facility, are accused of releasing Galban from his cell and having sex with him.
Both women said that Galban manipulated them to have sex. Both women pleaded guilty in connection with the incident.
Curry, who was married to a deputy sheriff, was sentenced to four years and two months in prison. Galban is also suing over the poor quality of the food in prison.
Nutraloaf, which is considered a discipline food for prisoners, is being served to Galban, despite the fact that he did not break any rules.
The awful meal contains all essential nutrients.