At least four women have alleged that Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria sexually harassed them over the past decade, according to a report in The Boston Globe.
One woman, the mother of a soldier serving in Iraq, said she was groped by DeMaria when she went his office in 2008 to ask for help starting a program assisting military families, the Globe reported.
In addition to the soldier’s mother, the mayor’s accusers are two employees at doughnut shops owned by DeMaria, and a city employee who abruptly resigned in 2012 after she said DeMaria asked her for oral sex.
The Globe reported that DeMaria denies he harassed any of the women.
Read the complete Boston Globe story here.