Jennifer Gill used to be the director of a facility operated by a Topeka-based disability services company (Equi-Venture Farms) in Newton. Shortly after her company asked the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services for assistance with a regulatory issue in 2016, she says KDADS commissioner Brandt Haehn started harassing her with sexual text messages. He allegedly sent a picture of his penis, a masturbation video and a series of vulgar comments — as she later put it, “He would say pretty direct, blatant things.”

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