A former Goldman Sachs employee in London, who was the victim of sexual harassment in 1994, now claims that the traffickers who harassed her tried to rape her.
The unknown woman who left Goldman a year later wants to apologize from the company, she told the Post on Tuesday.
Of the five traders who were found to have harassed the woman, three were terminated and two were disciplined, Goldman said.
The woman exposed the attempted rape claim only last November in email to Goldman Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein
"I am a single mother with no resources," she said in a private Twitter exchange on Tuesday. "I had a chronic PTSD episode I wanted an apology as part of my therapy!"
"It's not about winning, it's in the public domain so others can follow and win," the woman associated with Forex traders and was described as a secretary at the time, added.
After receiving the November email, Goldman reopened the 1
The bank has offered to meet with the woman – an offer that still exists.