Billie Bradford worked for the Kentucky Department of Community Based Services (DCBS). One of Bradford's co-workers, Lisa Stander, routinely engaged in extreme sexual behavior (such as touching hermit and making crude comments) in Bradford's presence. Bradford and others regularly complained about Stander's conduct to their supervisor, Angle Taylor. Rather than resolve the problem, Taylor nonchalantly told Stander to stop, encouraged Bradford to talk to Stander, and suggested that Slander was just having fun. Assuming that Bradford was subjected to a hostile work environment, could DCBS be liable? Why or why not?

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