Divorce lawyer arrested after ‘masturbating at work while sipping beer & sacking aide who refused to give him oral sex’

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A DIVORCE lawyer is accused of masturbating in front of an aide while sipping a beer and then sacking her for refusing to give him oral sex.

The allegations against Shane Taylor, 51, were made in a lawsuit filed last week by a former paralegal at the offices of his firm in Spanish Fort, Alabama.

Shane Taylor, 51, is accused of a range of sexual harassment by a former employee

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Shane Taylor, 51, is accused of a range of sexual harassment by a former employeeCredit: Baldwin County Jail

The details of the suit were reported following Taylor's arrest on Thursday over separate allegations of domestic violence.

In the suit, the former employee alleges a range of sexual harassment by Taylor.

She claims that he once pinned her up against a desk while groping her breasts and buttocks.

On another occasion, he allegedly exposed himself to her before stripping naked and lying on the floor masturbating while sipping on a beer.

She also says he threatened to sack her when she refused to perform oral sex on him, and that he later did sack her when she continued to decline his advances.

Taylor hasn't yet been charged over the claims, but in the suit he accused of sexual assault, battery, and invasion of privacy, WKRG reports.

Taylor was arrested on January 14 in connection with allegations of domestic violence made by a different person.

A bond of $1,000 has been set.

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According to Taylor's website, he enlisted in the army before working as an officer in the Birmingham Police Department for more than ten years.

He is also listed as the author of a book about the impact on online privacy of the war on drugs.

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