Bob Filner is facing another lawsuit, this time from a former executive assistant with allegations including sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and sexual battery.
The win makes Kevin Faulconer the only Republican to lead a major city in California and San Diego the nation’s largest city with a Republican mayor.
Bob Filner has struck a deal to serve three years of probation and three months of home confinement.
Mediation talks between Bob Filner and city leaders ended Wednesday with a proposed settlement, the city attorney announced.
“Mayor Filner you are terriiiiiiifying.” U-T TV, the local cable television arm of the San Diego Union-Tribune, made a parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” music video, featuring its news hosts gyrating along with a giant cartoon-like Filner head.
According to Filner’s chief of staff, the mayor entered a behavioral clinic one week earlier than he said he would. His two-week program is now, apparently, over.
At least eight female veterans have now spoken out against Bob Filner, who just entered a two-week intensive therapy program.
The city declined to pay Bob Filner’s harassment lawsuit legal fees — and then filed to sue him.
The county Democratic Party demanded San Diego Mayor Bob Filner step down on Thursday amid allegations that he sexually harassed multiple women.