Jailed for recording her boss' alleged sexual harassment, this mother wants to inspire women to say no to abuseRead Now
"When Baiq Nuril Maknun recalls how her boss would call her and talk in detail about how he would have sex with women and what he in turn wanted do to her, she says she still feels sick.
"It disgusts me. I want to vomit," she said."
"It got so bad that Nuril recorded one of the explicit phone calls as evidence of the sexual harassment she said she endured on more than 50 occasions, starting in 2012."
"The recording, she says, was forwarded by a colleague to the local Department of Education. Shortly after, Nuril was fired from her job and her boss sued her for defamation. Nuril -- who says she put up with the sexual harassment for more than a year -- spent two months in jail during the initial investigation in 2017."