Ex-SAC Capital Trader Alleges In Lawsuit: I Was Forced To Take Female Hormones

03/28/2008 02:45 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Charles Garparino CNBC

Sexual harassment cases are nothing new on Wall Street, but CNBC has uncovered new details of one of the most salacious cases to hit a big trading house in a long time.

The case involves a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a Andrew Z. Tong, a former junior trader at SAC Capital, the powerful Greenwich, Conn., hedge fund, against one of SAC's top producers, a trader named Ping Jiang.

A New York State judge has sealed the case and sent the lawsuit into arbitration, where both sides would battle it out in private. He even cancelled oral arguments that were scheduled for Thursday following an appeal by Tong's lawyers, who want the case to remain in state court.

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