*Oh Lord, here we go again! It’s another #metoo moment in the making. Specifically we’re referring to the sordid tale of Reverend Kisheen Wayne (K.W.) Tulloss who is being accused sexual harassment of a former office manager of Rev. Al Sharpton‘s National Action Network.
In a letter to Rev. Sharpton – reports Tami Devine of the Crown City News – the now 23-year-old woman, who wants to only be referred to as “Jane Doe” says Tulloss asked her to consider dating married men, showed her videos of naked women, and asked her for oral sex by saying “can I eat your pu**sy?”
Tulloss is the pastor of “The Historical” Weller Street Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles, where reality star and former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman was ordained as a pastor. Tulloss is also the field representative for California’s 44th District U.S. Congresswoman Nanette Barragan. He is also married with children, writes Devine.
Devine adds that “Jane Doe” provided copies of a letter she sent in March of 2018 detailing the alleged sexual harrassment and the letter she received from a National Action Network lawyer. In “Doe’s” letter, she informs Sharpton that shortly after she was hired to work as office manager on August 1, 2016, Tulloss began to engage in improper professional behavior. After she turned him down, she says, “he told me – with a smile on his face – that he wasn’t trying to sleep with me.”
Here’s more from Devine’s piece:
Jane Doe also writes that 4 months later she realized that she was not the only woman Tulloss had approached. Doe writes that Tulloss told her the names of “multiple women in the organization with whom he has had sexual relationships” even showing her a video of a “nude woman shaking her behind on a bed.”
“Doe” wrote to Sharpton that because she could not afford a hotel room, Tulloss proposed she stay in his room when the Los Angeles Chapter went to Washington D.C. to protest President Donald Trump’s inauguration. “Despite my reservations,” she wrote, “I agreed. One morning, as I went to the bathroom to take a shower, Rev. Tulloss propositioned me for oral sex. He blatantly asked me, ‘Can I eat your pu**y?’ I denied his inappropriate and offensive advance and left the hotel room.” She quit her job three months later.
It’s worth noting, based on Devine’s reporting, an attorney for NAN replied to “Doe’s” correspondence nearly one month later, writing that they acknowledged receiving her letter and emails to NAN’s Human Resources and the “very serious allegations contained therein.” The attorney wrote:
“No employee at National Action Network should be subjected to any workplace harassment of any nature and especially of a sexual nature.” He added: “In that respect we appreciate you bringing this to our attention.”
When Devine called Tulloss for his response to the accusation, the precher and Los Angeles NAN official interestingly said the story ws not “breaking news” to anyone close to him. Tulloss also said he does not condone that type of behavior and that all the allegations against him are false. He alluded to having filed a police report regarding a claim that he is being targeted, but would not repeat the information when asked for clarification. He confirmed that he had indeed stayed in the hotel room alone with an employee but denies propositioning “Jane Doe” for oral sex. “Sometimes we don’t make the right decisions, unfortunately,” Tulloss said. “If we had to do it again, I would not make the same decision.”
Lord have mercy! There much more to the story. Get it at Crown City News and check the video above.