When did you file the EEOC charge? Before or after the assault? Also, what was the basis for the complaint?
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Your question is not very clear. If you are saying that you reported an employee for assaulting you and also filed an EEOC charge and then got fired, then you may have a claim for retaliation and harassment. You need to conslult with an attorney and provide further details.
This is not intended to be legal advice, but is only for general information. Cantact an attorney in your area for legal advice.