Former FEMA worker accused of trading sex for jobs

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The former head of human resources at the Federal Emergency Management Agency is accused of trading sex for jobs.

A preliminary agency investigation found Corey Coleman engaged in sexual relationships with female subordinates and demoted them if they rejected his advances. 

Investigators allege that when Coleman was approached for an interview he resigned.

It’s still unclear how many women were impacted by Coleman’s alleged conduct.

The agency will now turn its investigation back over to the inspector general. 

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