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Prison Inmate Who Had Sex With Two Female Jail Staffers Files Lawsuit for Sexual Harrassment

May 6, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Prison Inmate Who Had Sex With Two Female Jail Staffers Files Lawsuit for Sexual Harrassment

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Two promiscuous female ex-jail staffers in Oregon, who had sex with an inmate, may not be the only ones getting screwed.

The attorney for the inmate filed a notice to for a planned sexual harassment lawsuit against Washington County. According to a report, Jeng-Li Delgado Galban, who had sex with the two, now convicted jail staffers, has issued his intent to sue the county for sexual harassment.

Delgado-Galban is claiming the two prison staffers violated him during his incarceration at the Washington County Jail, The Oregonian reported.

The 25-year-old plans to sue for damages in connection with his multiple romps with the women, which took place in a supply closet.

“The actions of these staffers violated the Eighth Amendment to United States Constitution, which prohibits the sexual harassment and abuse of a prison inmate by corrections personnel,” read his tort claim obtained by the Oregonian.

The staffers, Jill Curry, 38, and Brett Robinson, 32, worked as service technicians at the maximum security facility. Both women have entered guilty pleas to the charges listed in the case.

At the time of her arrest Curry, was married to a sheriff’s deputy. The judge sentenced her to a four-year prison term in March.

The women admitted to allowing the inmate out of his cell in order to engage in sexual intercourse. However, both accused Delgado-Galban of pursuing and manipulating the both of them.

During Curry’s sentencing, the presiding Judge Charles Bailey ripped the pending lawsuit saying: “He doesn’t deserve the taxpayers’ money. (But) they’re going to have to pay; there’s no doubt in my mind.”

Aside from the accusations of sexual abuse, the prisoner’s brief touched on the poor quality of food provided to him by the prison specifically nutraloaf while behind bars in April and May.

Prison official often use the food, which is unsavory but nutritional, as a disciplinary meal to prisoners. Many consider the food “cruel and unusual punishment.”

Delgado-Galban claimed he didn’t violate any rules that led to the disciplinary action against him. He currently is in custody for four separate cases on allegations including, tampering with a witness, sexual harassment, failure to register as a sex offender, false swearing, harassment, second-degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon.

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