A former saleswoman who won a 1.7 million-dollar sexual harassment verdict after being spanked by co-workers is making a TV tour about her case.
Janet Orlando says she's scheduled to appear on several shows in the next few weeks, including "Good Morning America" and "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
Orlando won a sexual harassment and battery lawsuit last week against her former employer, the Alarm One company.
She quit her job at the California-based company two years ago after she was paddled on her rear with a yard sign.
Court documents say the paddling was part of a so-called camaraderie-building exercise in which the winners poked fun at the losers in various ways.
Company lawyers say the exercise was not discriminatory because both men and women participated.
Orlando says she'd like to give speeches on sexual harassment.
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