Florida Politician, Who Allegedly Licked Men's Faces, Has Resigned

Evarado Alatorre
Febrero 9, 2019

The commissioner had been under fire since 2017 when the ethics violation complaint was filed against her by a former city official who charged Oakley of sexually harassing him by licking his face and groping him during a public event.

Oakley still claims that she is innocent of the charges.

Although Oakley plans to appeal the ethics commission ruling, the Tampa Bay Times reports that Oakley's term was was set to end in March and she had not been planning to run for re-election.

After the meeting, Oakley walked up to Crawford and allegedly licked his neck and the side of his face, and also groped his crotch and buttocks.

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Verdensky, Marsicano and former community services director Michael Maximo claimed to have been licked by Oakley on other occasions. Nancy Oakley, who served as the Madeira Beach City Commissioner from 2007 to 2019, submitted her letter of resignation on Tuesday. She was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine after an administrative law judge ruled against her and the ethics commission recommended that the governor censure her. He made a decision to file the complaint after Oakley was reelected as city commissioner.

When then-city clerk Cheryl McGrady, whom Crawford later married, told Oakley that her conduct was inappropriate, the city commissioner allegedly called the woman a 'f***ing b****' and took a swing at her, but missed.

McGrady claimed in cross-examination that Oakley "licked a lot of people" and that it was common knowledge 'that's what she did when she got drunk'.

"The act of licking a person on the face and neck is too unusual to be contrived by multiple witnesses and multiple victims", he wrote.

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