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Speaker of the Assembly Sheldon Silver Legislative Office Building Room 932 Albany NY 12248 Dear Speaker Silver:
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This office has been retained by Jamie L. Campbell, Kimberly Snickers and Annalise C. Freling, three former employees of New York State Assemblyman Dennis Gabryszak and is hereby filing a formal complaint against the Assemblyman and the New York State Assembly. According to my clients, there also appears to be a minimum of two more former employees who will be coming forward with similar complaints in the near future. This complaint is brought to you in your capacity as Speaker of the Assembly. A Notice of Claim has also been filed with regard to this matter naming Assemblyman Gabryszak, the New York State Assembly and the State of New York as Respondents. Throughout their employment, from 2011 through October, 2013, the three young women were subjected to a pattern of outrageous and appalling behavior by Assemblyman Gabryszak. His actions created such a hostile and offensive workplace environment that all three women were forced to resign from their employment. Assemblyman Gabryszak’s conduct was so severe, persistent and pervasive that it rose to the level of sexual harassment. In addition to his direct behavior toward the women, the married man of 37 years was continuously subjecting them, against their will, to stories of his escapades with prostitutes, strip clubs, affairs with Assemblywomen and massages with “happy endings”. The three women, who are all young enough to be Assemblyman Gabryszak’s daughters, were so upset with his behavior that they had no alternative than to walk away from their jobs, losing income, health insurance and other employment benefits and they suffered emotional injuries as well. In order to best describe Assemblyman Gabrszyk’s actions, attached please find EXHIBIT A, which describes his behavior toward Kimberly Snickles, EXHIBIT B, which describes his behavior toward Jamie L. Campbell and EXHIBIT C, which describes his behavior toward Annalise C. Freling. After reviewing this documentation, would you kindly have one of your representatives contact my office to discuss this matter in detail. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation. Yours,
Johnny G. Destino, Esq.