Hi, if you meet someone who fully misrepresent their true identity and give you their false name, age, relationship status, and promising a non existent high paid job solely with the purpose of obtaining sex from you, is illegal? Is proceeding with sexual intercourse by relying on this information illegal?
If they defraud a person and use these manipulation tactics to make you have sex with them by providing false information illegal as otherwise a person would have never given a consent if was told the truth? Thank you.
If the person you had sex with is in a position to give you a job, but one wasn't open, you might have a claim for sexual harassment in employment. But you will, of course, need to know this person's true identity and the business they are affiliated with to make any sort of claim. The EEOC will be able to walk you through the evidence needed and help you determine if you have a case. It probably goes without saying, but it's probably best to get your employment based on merit. If an opportunity seems to good to be true, it often is. I'm sorry you were manipulated in this way. Please don't disrespect yourself like that again. You deserve better, and it will almost always make its way to you. Good luck!
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You could have a claim, but if you do not know the persons real name and address, it is going to be difficult to find them to bring a case against them.
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