Kathryn Carver, a former employee of the Kansas City Wizards professional soccer team filed a lawsuit alleging "pervasive and regular" sexual harassment towards her and other female employees.
The lawsuit was filed on Monday in Jackson County Circuit Court against OnGoal LLC, (the team’s ownership group), Greg Cotton, the executive vice president and Robert Thompson, vice president for marketing and communications.
Among the allegations.
-Cotton and Thompson would check out Facebook and MySpace sites of females who were applying for jobs to determine if they were "hot enough."
-Cotton is accused of saying about one employee, "She is the dumbest person I have ever met, but she is worth keeping around for the scenery."
-Male employees held draft of young female employees with whom they would want to have sex.
Carver was an assistant to the president of the team, but resigned in November. She also alleges that on a team sponsored trip to Las Vegas, Thompson approached her and told her she was "hot" and that he wanted to have sex with her.