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By MEG KINNARD Associated Press
COLUMBIA, SC (AP) - A former employee of South Carolina's unemployment agency says the
department's director fabricated allegations that she improperly downloaded
personal information to force her out.
Kerry Paul was fired this week from her post as human resources director at
the Department of Employment and Workforce. Agency officials say she downloaded
personal data of thousands of current and former employees and their
beneficiaries onto a personal flash drive.
Paul is suing director Cheryl Stanton. Paul says such work was part of her
job and that she never acted with nefarious intent. She says Stanton mounted a
campaign to make her leave the agency because other employees looked up to her.
Agency officials said Friday the lawsuit has no merit.
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