ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The fired Minnesota Senate aide alleging multiple sexual affairs at the Capitol says a sensitive list of names isn’t the only evidence he has produced about relationships between legislators and staff.
Ex-GOP aide Michael Brodkorb on Friday disputed the notion he has provided limited proof of the affairs. His federal discrimination lawsuit claims he was treated differently than other employees romantically linked with lawmakers. He was fired after his own affair with the Senate majority leader at the time.
The Associated Press reported Thursday on a list of alleged affairs Brodkorb’s lawyers say they accidentally filed publicly.
Brodkorb refused to elaborate on the other evidence, citing a protective seal in the case.
Senate lawyer Dayle Nolan says Brodkorb hasn’t provided more details about the affairs than listed in the recent filing.