"Seems as though the only thing Jerry Wilson didn't do was make his employees watch Two Girls, One Cup. But everything else, apparently, no matter how disgusting or creepy or totally, totally against the law was just fine. (Allegedly.)
According to a lawsuit filed in Harris County in 2010: Jerry Wilson, president of Premier Adjusters Inc., pulled a Brett Favre and forwarded pictures of his junk to his female employees, forced them to watch pornography involving a pig banging a woman, and, in a moment of Socratic inquisition, asked one woman whether she would like "a big ole gooden or a good ole biggen?"
There was the evidence. There were the witnesses. And there was one (alleged) extremely disgusting scumbag. Seemed like a cinch of a case. But there was one problem, which has caused a few plaintiffs to recently get dropped from the suit: no medical evidence. You see, explained plaintiffs' attorney David Mestemaker, the women didn't properly line up their sexual harassment accusations with the Texas Labor Law, which meant they had to file a suit that required the women enter medical records proving there was "severe emotional distress" inflicted by Wilson's alleged conduct.
The lawsuit says the women suffered "severe emotional distress," as well as "nausea, sleeplessness, night terrors, loss of sexual desire, depression, and loss of enjoyment of life." (More)