REPORT: Team de Blasio’s embarrassing #MeToo problem revealed


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In a classic ploy to bury embarrassing news, City Hall late Friday afternoon suddenly released long-sought information on sexual harassment complaints in city government since Mayor de Blasio took office.

Turns out the city — well, its taxpayers — shelled out nearly $6 million to settle 34 sexual harassment cases from 2014 to 2017.

And that’s just a fraction of the 221 cases at all city agencies that officials substantiated; another 295 cases are still pending.

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But no one knows — or is willing to say — just how the employees involved in those 221 cases were disciplined, if at all.

That includes five substantiated complaints against employees in the mayor’s own office— a fact the city managed to not disclose until Monday.

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