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Exclusive: New Twist In Bizarre Sex Case

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In an exclusive report CNBC’s Charlie Gasparino reveals new details in the sexual harassment case involving a former junior trader at SAC Capital who says his boss forced him to take female hormones and then sexually assaulted him.

Please watch the video for all the latest details.















Read More:

> Trader's Sex/Hormones Claims Being Investigated

> EEOC Closes SAC Capital Female Sex Hormone Case


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