Mar 15, 2012 at 1:20 pm
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A fired Minnesota state Senate staffer is threatening to expose adulterous affairs by other legislators as part of a potential lawsuit over his firing.
Michael Brodkorb's legal strategy is laid out in a notice of claims filed with the state Tuesday.
Brodkorb was fired in December over an affair with his boss, then-Majority Leader Amy Koch.
Brodkorb says he has a gender discrimination claim because female staffers who had affairs with male legislators weren't fired.
The notice says Brodkorb would seek more than a half-million dollars if he sues.
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