A city employee accused of sexual harrassment has until Monday to defend himself.
Last month, NewsChannel 11 told you a City of Lubbock employee was put on paid administrative leave amid allegations of sexual harrassment. The man is accused of sexually harrassing a co-worker at least 20 times, and he is also accused of having sex in city buildings.
The city is giving the man until Monday to give reasons why he should not be fired.
However, in a letter written to the city last week, the man said "I am completely innocent of this accusation. You cannot prove that I did anything wrong because it is an utter lie."
NewsChannel 11 is not releasing the man's name, because he has not been charged with any crime.
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