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|Suzanne Bar, chief of staff for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau under Janet Napolitano, resigned her post yesterday under accusation of sexually harassing male employees|
Suzanne Barr, a longtime aide to Janet Napolitano, has resigned her post as chief of staff of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau over sexual-harassment allegations.
Barr is the daughter of the late Burton Barr, a Republican who served in the Arizona Legislature for more than 20 years. Napolitano, as Arizona's Democratic governor, hired Barr -- a University of Arizona graduate -- in 2004. Barr had previously worked for Republican Arizona Senators John McCain and Jon Kyl.
She was a favorite of Napolitano's and moved with her to Washington D.C. after Napolitano abandoned Arizona to take the job as Homeland Security Security in January of 2009 offered to her by President Obama.
A lawsuit filed last month by James Hayes Jr., the special agent in charge of New York's ICE investigations, accused Barr of creating a sexually charged, "frat-house" atmosphere in the workplace.More »