With 14 women accusing San Diego Mayor Bob Filner of sexual harassment, could there be any more? Great-grandmother Peggy Shannon answered today in the affirmative, the Los Angeles Times reports. The part-time City Hall employee, aged 67, said Filner made suggestive comments to her, gave her an unwanted kiss, and held a finger to his lips so she would keep quiet when harassment claims first emerged. She made the allegations today at an emotional news conference beside super-attorney Gloria Allred.
"Do you think I could go eight hours straight?" was one of Filner's alleged remarks, said Shannon. "I was shocked he would say that to me," she added, her voice cracking. Shannon has filed a complaint asking for an apology from Filner, who is apparently taking "personal time" after ducking out of "intensive" therapy a week early. Allred put it this way: "He has placed a stain on City Hall and it's going to be very difficult to remove unless he resigns." (Read more Bob Filner stories.)