It sounds like you have grounds for a sexual harassment complaint. Assuming you are still working there, you should review the company's employee handbook/manual to determine the procedure to follow. Usually you are required to report such behavior to your supervisor or to Human Resources. If you are no longer working there or you need more guidance, you should invest in a private consultation with an employment attorney. Do not post any particulars on this or any other online forum.
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In order the have a case, you would have to report this conduct to a superior (in conformance with the procedures in any employee manual or other written policies that may exist) and give the company a chance to remedy the situation. If they do not, you can file a claim with the NYC or NYS Department of Human Rights or the EEOC, if your company has sufficient employees for such jurisdiction. Once the administrative agency has investigated, they will either take on the case themselves or give you permission to privately sue them. The problem in your case is there seems to be no adverse employment action or other damages to you, so it may not be worthwhile pursuing a case. However, if you are retaliated against by the company for reporting this, that's a whole other story.
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Please ensure you have a back-up of all the texts-take a print out if possible. If you don’t know how to do that, use a digital camera to photograph the texts. Do the same with the facebook messages.
Then, schedule a consultation with an experienced employment lawyer, who will assist you in reporting the acts of alleged sexual harassment in a way that’s protective of your interests.
If the employer doesn’t take corrective action, then your employment lawyer can advise you about escalating the process by filing a charge with an administrative agency and/or a lawsuit in court and/or commencing arbitration.
-Denise K. Bonnaig