Gisselle Vasquez Wiki
Gisselle Vasquez Biography
Who was Gisselle Vasquez?
Gisselle Vasquez, a 35-year-old mother of a six-year-old boy, was secretary to Principal Evelina Medina, 42, at Robert C. Dodson School on May 24, 2018, when the allegations began, according to the lawsuit.
Medina texted Vasquez a photo of a man lying on the bed in her underwear and told him to keep the photo for her, according to the lawsuit.
The next day, Medina gave Vásquez her phone and asked him to take a photo and “then proceeded to lower her pants to her ankles, turned around and exposed her thong-clad buttocks and posed,” the lawsuit says.
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she was 35 year old.
‘He hands me the phone and says, “Close the door,” Vasquez told The New York Post. When I looked back, his pants were already down.
‘I was shocked. I did not know what to think. I really froze. I was concerned that if I left his office there might be a student, an employee, or someone there. His office is in the main office and there is a lot of traffic, ‘Vasquez told The Post.
Medina is no longer the principal of the school, according to the Post, but the school district did not detail the circumstances why she left her position. It is unclear if she still works in the district. The district told the newspaper that she would not comment on “pending litigation.”
Dr. Edwin M. Quezada and Robert Dodson assistant Principal Christopher Cassano
Guzmán said, “You really don’t seem like a sexual person” and asked, “How many times a week do you have sex?”
Around March 2019, Cassano allegedly asked Vasquez how many times she says sex and forcefully kissed her multiple times.
In April 2019, Vasquez filed another complaint with Human Resources and spoke with the superintendent, who allegedly said, ‘Thank you,’ the lawsuit says.
Her HR complaint was relayed by the other teachers, and by the end of the month, Vásquez was transferred to Chávez Public School, another school in the Yonkers school district, but in a different role with a different schedule.
The transfer and schedule change presented problems for the plaintiff due to her family status and childcare obligations, the lawsuit says.
She said the move was retaliation for bringing up alleged transgressions by her bosses.
During the pandemic, she requested a medical accommodation because she suffers from asthma, heart murmurs and anxiety and attached a doctor’s note, but the school denied it, according to the lawsuit.
Vasquez has been on a family leave, the Post reported.
“My professionalism exceeds the expectations of that facility,” Vasquez told The New York Post. ‘To this day I can’t believe this has happened to me. I did not see it coming. It is unsettling. I am disgusted and ashamed.
The lawsuit seeks an unspecified amount for damages.
The City of Yonkers, Yonkers School District, Dodson and Chavez Schools (both in Yonkers), Medina, Cassano, Guzman and Quezada are named in the lawsuit.
The New York Post reported that Medina is no longer a director of Dodson. A man answering his phone hung up when he called a New York Post reporter.
DailyMail called Dr. Quezada for comment, but no one was there on Sunday.