Legal action responds to 2017 sexual misconduct claims By Sarah Marloff, 4:10PM, Wed. Nov. 21, 2018 Tweet print write a letter John Dorgan, co-owner of Spider House Cafe and Ballroom, has filed a civil suit against his business partner Conrad Bejarano and former employee Jeremy Rogers. The suit, filed on Oct. 19 and served to Rogers this week, accuses both defendants of “libel and slander.” Dorgan is requesting monetary relief of “over $100,000 but not more than $1,000,000.” Photo by David Brendan Hall Just over a year ago, Rogers and his wife Tiffany Paciga came forward to accuse Dorgan of attempted sexual assault against Paciga several years prior, via a Facebook post that has since been shared 175 times. (Paciga is not a named defendant.) The following day, Bejarano released a statement in response to the couple’s claims that the “current management team was unaware of the events that allegedly transpired between the parties, and are appalled with this situation. At this time, the owner in question has been banned from the premises, and is now and forever, a silent partner.” Bejarano and the management team also scheduled a community dialogue, open to the public, to discuss the issue for… Read full this story
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