KC Wizards Harassed Women By Drafting Them?

The MLS’s Kansas City Wizards is getting treated with a sexual harassment lawsuit by former employee Kathryn Carver, the KANSAS CITY STAR reports.

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Carver cites two of the team’s vice presidents, Greg Cotton and Robert Thomson, Jr. for, among other things, “[holding] “drafts” of young female employees with whom they would want to have sex.”

Some of the other transgressions, if true, are pretty bad, such as checking prospective female employees’ MySpace pages for hotness before hiring them, and saying things like, “she is the dumbest person I have ever met, but she is worth keeping around for the scenery.” But the draft thing? C’mon now. The Wizards got an A-minus in this year’s draft. If they what that full, unadulterated A, they’re gonna have to practice somehow, someway. Moreover, this drafting exercise might actually be good for Matt Millen.

And that’s not all. TV workplaces play “Who Would You Do” all the time, judging from one scene of one episode.