A shopkeeper in a small B.C. community has been ordered to pay nearly $99,000 to a former employee he repeatedly harassed and offered cash for sex.
Wooyoung Joung, who also goes by Aiden or Kai, fired the young woman after she rejected his $2,000 proposition and then snuck onto her property multiple times when she filed a discrimination complaint against him, according to a recent decision from the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.
The tribunal has protected the identity of the target of his harassment, who is known as Ms. K in the decision.
She started working for Joung at the Deep
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