In CNN Interview, U.N. Employee Discusses Allegations Of Sexual Assault By UNAIDS Official
CNN: Top United Nations official ‘forced himself on me,’ employee says
“A United Nations employee who says she was sexually assaulted by a top U.N. official has spoken publicly for the first time, alleging she was offered a promotion if she accepted an apology from the man and claiming that the organization failed to take her complaint seriously. In an exclusive interview with CNN, Martina Brostrom accused a U.N. assistant secretary general, Dr. Luiz Loures, of grabbing her in a hotel elevator, forcibly kissing her, and trying to drag her to his room during a conference in 2015. He denies the allegations…” (Krever, 3/30).