Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Slams WBAI Boss
November 7, 2007 at 5:35 AM (PT)
The head of PACIFICA Variety WBAI/NEW YORK has been slapped with a sexual harassment suit by a deejay who claims he gave her a sexually transmitted disease, writes JOHN MARZULLI and BILL HUTCHINSON in THE DAILY NEWS.
ANDREA CLARKE, host of WBAI's "Sister From Another Planet" program, contends interim GM ROBERT SCOTT ADAMS is a boozer and cocaine abuser who was bent on bedding her from the moment he met her.
In her first meeting with ADAMS in NOVEMBER 2006, he became sexually aroused and told her he was "not usually a breast man, but loved hers," CLARKE quotes ADAMS in her lawsuit filed in BROOKLYN Federal Court.
Despite ADAMS' promises not to demote her, CLARKE's hours at the radio station were cut in half on NOV. 30, 2006. She continues to host her FRIDAY night show.