Nagasaki Prefecture ordered to pay damages to U.S. lady over harassment

A district courtroom on Tuesday ordered the Nagasaki Prefectural Authorities to pay damages to an American lady who claimed she was sexually harassed whereas working as an assistant language instructor at a highschool there.

The Nagasaki District Courtroom | KYODO

The Nagasaki courtroom ordered the native authorities to pay ¥500,000 in compensation to Hannah Martin, who’s in her 20s and stated she had suffered psychological anguish as a result of sexual harassment by a vice principal and a male ALT.

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