Lincoln police officer’s discrimination lawsuit dismissed

A Lancaster County District Court judge has granted a motion by the City of Lincoln to dismiss a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former Lincoln police officer. According to court records, the judge granted Monday’s request for the lawsuit, which was filed in January by Erin Spilker. Spilker alleged sexual harassment and discrimination by the department in her lawsuit. McManaman also ruled that Spilker’s claims based on the placement of Brady’s letter, which Spilker said had been placed in her file saying she had lied in a meeting with her supervisors, were not ” litigants”. According to court records, Spilker has 30 days to appeal. More Headlines

A Lancaster County District Court judge has granted a motion by the City of Lincoln to dismiss a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former Lincoln police officer.

According to court records, the judge on Monday granted the request to prosecute, which was filed in January by Erin Spilker.

Spilker alleged sexual harassment and discrimination by the department in his lawsuit.

Judge Kevin McManaman ruled that Spilker failed to make a plausible claim for relief for harassment in a hostile work environment based on gender and retaliation, as well as gender discrimination, retaliation, and constructive discharge.

McManaman also ruled that Spilker’s claims based on the placement of Brady’s letter, which Spilker said had been placed in her file saying she had lied in a meeting with her supervisors, were not ” admissible”.

According to court records, Spilker has 30 days to appeal.

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