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Aide To Kamala Harris Resigns Over Harassment Lawsuit


Harris Aide Resigns

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  • A top adviser to Sen. Kamala Harris has resigned after settling a $400,000 harassment lawsuit brought by a female subordinate.
  • Larry Wallace resigned on Wednesday.  According to the lawsuit, he would demean a woman named Danielle Hartley who worked as his assistant, making her run personal errands and even wash his car.
  • One story involved Wallace having Hartley crawl under his desk to refill a computer printer it while he watched.  When Hartley asked him to move the printer, he refused.
  • A spokesman says Sen. Harris was “unaware of this issue” and that she has accepted Wallace’s resignation.


  • Will this scandal hurt Harris’s chances at a 2020 run?
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Kamala Harris help resigns over $400G of harassment

A senior adviser to U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., resigned Wednesday on a $400,000 harassment lawsuit against him while working at the California Justice Department.

The paper reported that Larry Wallace resigned after the Sacramento Bee asked for the settlement in 2017.

“We were unaware of this issue and were extremely serious about the accusations of harassment,” said Harris spokeswoman Lily Adams. “This evening, Mr. Wallace offered the senator his resignation, and she accepted it.”

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