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A “slimy” and “creepy” high-ranking FBI agent groped three of his female subordinates, made inappropriate sexual comments in the workplace and regularly drank on the job, according to documents obtained by The Post.
The unidentified G-man, who worked as a supervisory assistant special agent in charge, was investigated by the Department of Justice Inspector General’s Office, which substantiated three allegations of unwanted sexual touching and the illegal boozing, according to the documents, which were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Details about when and where the conduct took place were redacted, but the records show the allegations were investigated by the New York Field Office and the probe was completed on Dec. 7, 2020.
The creepy G-man allegedly targeted his junior colleagues at booze-filled after-work events at bars, as well as in the workplace, according to the docs.
In one of the incidents, the assistant special agent in charge allegedly fondled another FBI employee while they were standing with two other colleagues at an unidentified watering hole.
“Do you think I should try to sleep with her?” he allegedly asked one of his colleagues.
He then “rubbed her vagina and buttocks over her clothing with his hand on multiple occasions for a few seconds each time,” the documents state.
A friend who witnessed the groping texted the victim later that night to check on her.
“You okay? I know I asked already, but we put up with a lot for the sake of not rocking the boat, so I just want to make sure,” the unidentified friend wrote.
“It was gross and creepy, he was touching the same parts of me repeatedly so not by accident. But like you said, we put up with a lot so as not to rock the boat,” the victim texted back.
The victim filed a criminal complaint with an unspecified law enforcement body, but federal and state prosecution of the G-man was declined, the Inspector General’s Office said. The agent denied the allegation to investigators.
Another woman who worked under the assistant special agent in charge told investigators he would rub her shoulders while they worked together after saying “she seemed tense.”
Then, at an after-hours work event at a bar, he grabbed her butt after saying to her, “tell me that you want me,” the docs state.
After the alleged groping, he once berated the victim in front of other FBI employees, becoming so enraged that he inadvertently spat on her while screaming at the top of his lungs.
Several witnesses described a number of creepy statements made by the suspect, including one FBI employee who described him as “over the top” and “slimy.”
Another witness said he once boorishly asked, “do you think she does anal?” about one of his female colleagues.
Investigators also determined the assistant special agent in charge regularly drank on the job, including with foreign law enforcement officials and members of the US military, the documents state.
He would also offer drinks to the FBI supervisors whom he managed — and explained it as a team-building exercise that would often take place on a Friday.
“He stated that at the close of the meetings, his office door would be shut and he would tell the supervisors that they were ‘in the trust tree,’ and offer all of them a ‘single malt scotch,’” the documents state.
The agent drank on the job with foreign law enforcement officials and US military members at least four times, investigators determined.
When they searched his office, investigators found two bottles of wine and an empty box of Glenlivet Scotch under his desk — as well as a full bottle of whiskey and a small bottle of liquor on his bookshelf. They also recovered rocks glasses.
A spokesperson for the New York FBI declined to comment when asked about the allegations Monday.
A spokesperson for the US Attorney’s Office in New York referred questions to the FBI. The national FBI press office in Washington, DC, did not immediately respond.
The Inspector General’s Office turned over its report to the FBI, but it’s unclear what disciplinary action was taken against the agent.
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