Florida politician resigns over accusations she licked men's faces

Nancy Oakley

Nancy Oakley

A Florida politician is accused of groping her co-workers and licking their faces during her unwanted sexual advances, according to a complaint made to the Florida Commission on Ethics.

Despite claiming she is totally innocent of the charges, Madeira Beach City Commissioner Nancy Oakley resigned on Tuesday, Fox News reported.

City Manager Jonathan Evans plans to hold a meeting Thursday evening for the ethics commission to accept Oakley's resignation and consider a resolution to publicly censure and reprimand her for her alleged behavior, the paper reported.

Crawford said that Oakley, who he said appeared to be drunk, approached him and his executive assistant, Cherylanne McGrady, cursed at them and told Crawford not to bring McGrady around anymore.

Oakley had a 'habit of licking men that either she was attracted to or thought that she had authority over, ' Crawford said.

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Verdensky, Marsicano and former community services director Michael Maximo claimed to have been licked by Oakley on other occasions. Oakley didn't run for re-election in 2013, and Crawford temporarily dropped the issue.

At the time, Oakley reportedly suspected Crawford and McGrady of having an affair while being married to other people - a claim the city clerk denied. He chose to file the complaint after Oakley was reelected as city commissioner.

Crawford claimed in his complaint against Oakley that she has been known to run her tongue across some of her male subordinates' faces.

The report said there was testimony from multiple witnesses saying Oakley also touched the then-city manager inappropriately, and that she was intoxicated.

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