Two lawsuits claim history of sexual harassment, discrimination at Chattanooga car dealership
Two lawsuit's claim there's a history of sexual harassment and discrimination at Mountain View Chevrolet in Chattanooga.
Grace Aldrich says she was working at the dealership last year and claims a supervisor was sexually inappropriate towards her verbally and physically.
Another lawsuit filed by Joanna Crews claims wrongful termination and sex discrimination. That lawsuit was settled out of court.
The Hamilton County court clerk also tells us a third lawsuit is pending against the dealership.
An attorney for the dealership released a statement that reads in part:
"Unfortunately, we are not at liberty to comment in detail on these allegations. We do categorically deny these allegations, and we intend to demonstrate that these claims are without any basis."
The Chattanooga Police Department says since July of 2016, there have been no harassment reports associated with Mountain View Chevrolet.
This is the same dealership police say a car salesman kidnapped a man who is disabled and forced him to withdraw nearly $200,000 in cash and cashier's checks from several banks.
Daniel Bryant was arrested earlier this week for the incident.
You can read both of the lawsuits below: