Homeless Women Claim Sexual Abuse By City Worker

Clyde Johnson of Queens was accused of assaulting two homeless women while on the job as a Community Coordinator and Housing Specialist at the NYC Department of Homeless Services.

Mr. Johnson allegedly attacked one woman in the Auburn Family Center and another woman on a city bus.

DA-elect Eric Gonzalez said, "Such conduct is not only criminal but offensive and unacceptable."

Johnson was arraigned on several charges including forcible touching, sex abuse, and harassment.

The suspect could serve up to a year in jail if he is found guilty.

It is not known at this time if Mr. Johnson will keep his job with the city.

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