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NYPD Officer Sues Counterterrorism Chief Alleging Sexual Harassment

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A married NYPD Counterterrorism Bureau chief carried on multiple affairs with female subordinates at a Queens precinct while sexually terrorizing a female cop who rejected his sleazy overtures, The Post has learned.

Police Officer Veronica Schultz says her former boss, Deputy Chief Michael Blake, now the executive officer of the counterterrorism division, engaged in simultaneous affairs with “numerous” women subordinates four years ago, when he was a captain and commanding officer of the 103 Precinct, where she still works.

“His behavior was outrageous in the precinct,” Schultz told The Post.

Eric Sanders, Schultz’ attorney, insisted the case would focus on Blake’s bawdy behavior.

“We have identified at least four police officers who were under his command with whom he had close personal relationships,” he said.

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