A veteran police detective just aired out the NYPD’s dirty laundry. City cop Victor Falcon, in a federal complaint filed Wednesday, accused a half-dozen higher-ranking police officials of conspiring to drive him out of the department after he griped about a female boss shoving her filthy panties into his mouth last October.
A Rikers Island guard claims she was sexually assaulted by a male boss, then faced retaliation when a supervisor friend of his did nothing as an inmate menaced her.
An NYPD sergeant accused of cramming her panties into an underling’s mouth wasn’t worried about the airing of her laundry, because it wasn’t dirty.
The humiliated NYPD detective who's accused his female supervisor of stuffing her underwear in his mouth is speaking on TV for the first time, calling the treatment he's getting for his complaint an outrageous double standard. Chris Glorioso reports.
A judge has cleared a path for a lawsuit filed by a pair of commuters accusing the Long Island Rail Road of unsafe conditions for passengers in the weeks leading up to and during last year’s “summer of hell.”
"As Ms. Cater's attorney, I am confident that the federal court in Southern District of New York will serve as a neutral forum for Ms. Cater to find justice." - Paul Liggieri Esq.
Explosive allegations have been made against the FDNY by a former firefighter, who said he was fired after being subjected to several vulgar acts that targeted his race and perceived sexual orientation.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a man who claimed he was unfairly kicked out of a New York City bar for wearing a "Make America Great Again" cap.
A Manhattan judge ruled Wednesday that kicking a Trump supporter out of a bar does not violate the law — because the law does not protect against political discrimination.
An upstate New York woman says in a federal lawsuit that she was sexually harassed by a state employee, and the governor knew and did nothing to stop it, allegations the governor’s office denies.
Morgan Stanley financial adviser was ordered to stop doing business with Hasidic Jews by his bosses, who referred to his Orthodox clients by the code word “unicorns,” a federal lawsuit charges.
After actor Anthony Rapp revealed to BuzzFeed News that Kevin Spacey had allegedly tried to sexually assault him when he was just 14, Spacey responded by coming out as gay.
A financial adviser with a global financial services firm is suing his former employer for being wrongfully terminated after refusing to stop doing business with his Chasidic clients.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is set to sign an executive order declaring a State of Emergency for the MTA. We have the latest on these “Days of Delays.” A major shake-up in the race for City Hall as Republican Paul Massey drops out. Find out how you can help save our planet’s future.
Attorney and plaintiff Paul Liggieri; and Meredith Jacobs, LIRR commuter and plaintiff discuss the class-action lawsuit they are filing against the LIRR.
Two Long Island Rail Road trains carrying more than 1,000 passengers were stuck in the tunnel that leads under the East River for more than an hour on Tuesday morning as commuters headed into work after the Memorial Day weekend, causing cancellations and lengthy delays throughout the rail system.
A former server at Chelsea hot spot Buddakan says he was fired for being HIV-positive.
Attorney Paul Liggieri on how his client was allegedly refused service at a New York City bar because he was wearing a pro-Trump hat.
New York City's Department of Investigation is reportedly looking into allegations of hazing within the FDNY.
It's time for the FDNY to end hazing — including sexual assaults — at firehouses across the city, a group of elected officials and firefighters said Thursday.
A 27-year-old African-American rookie Firefighter has filed a Federal lawsuit alleging that he was the victim of a sexual assault by four naked Firefighters who held him against his will on his first day on the job at Ladder 35/Engine 40 near Lincoln Center.
A New York City firefighter has filed a lawsuit claiming that he was forced to endure a sexual assault on his first day on the job, CBS New York reports.
Bagatelle, the posh Meatpacking District destination where the boozy brunch crowd stretches into the night and you never know which A-List celebrity is in the next booth, is facing allegations that they are discriminated against patrons based on the color of their skin.
A Brooklyn woman at Chelsea hotspot No. 8 was smashed in the face with a glass by a “belligerent” goon who then dragged the jagged edge down her throat and breasts, disfiguring the 21-year-old, a lawsuit alleges.
A mean-spirited nun in charge of a Bronx Catholic school fired a beloved teacher because she lost full use of her arm from breast cancer, a new lawsuit alleges.
Nolé Marin, owner of the AIM Model Management agency in Manhattan, is facing allegations that he cheated two models and a booker out of $500,000 in wages, driving them “directly into poverty while he enjoyed a high lifestyle . . . funding his personal vanity with dinners and trips,’’ court documents say.
A Staten Island lesbian couple hoping to get a room at a Sleep Inn in Brooklyn had a rude awakening when bigoted front desk staff treated them rudely because of their sexual orientation and told them the hotel had no vacancies, a new lawsuit charges.