AG Curtis Hill won't be charged for lewdness at party
Tuesday Oct 23, 2018 2:56pm
By: Tim Murray
INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill won’t face criminal charges for groping several women at a post legislative party.
Special Prosecutor Dan Sigler declined to charge Hill saying there was not enough evidence to do so.
But four of the women who said Hill acted inappropriately at the party are filing a tort claim to preserve their right to sue the attorney general and also filed federal discrimination complaints with the EEOC.
An attorney for the women said their claim stem’s from Hill’s attorney calling them liars and threatening to sue them.
The Indiana Inspector General’s report of the incident describes numerous witnesses who said Hill was intoxicated and acted inappropriately at the party. One described him as acting like a frat boy at a college party.
Several of the witnesses were other men, including some members of the General Assembly.