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And if they don’t, they aren’t a Houstonian and therefore you shouldn’t date them because as stated earlier, they’re probably moving soon.
Meaning that girl you met at your favorite local bar and dated for three weeks before things went nuclear is probably going to be at that same bar when you are trying to hit on another girl three weeks later.
However, according to the complaint, Doerr subsequently began to assert control over her work-life, including allegedly making her appear in his courtroom, and acting “patronizing” and “flirtatious.” In 2010, after their sexual relationship ended, Starnes began dating the man whom she later married, the complaint said.
Doerr subsequently began harassing her and her husband, and, after she became pregnant, Doerr gave Starnes job assignments that conflicted with her complicated pregnancy, the complaint said.
We’re not here to tell you the whats, wheres, and hows of Houston dating (because we already did that, here, here, here, and here -- pay attention! So next time, when the date-life struggle gets too real, here’s why you can know it’s not you, it’s Houston: It was nice out when you left the house, but by the time you made it to your picnic in the park the sky looked like the coming of the Apocalypse.
Because for better or for worse, dating in Houston is different than anywhere else.
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Allegations that a female probation officer had a sexual relationship with the president judge of Butler County can remain in the hostile work environment lawsuit that the officer recently brought against the judge and court, a federal judge has ruled. Doerr’s motion had asked the court to remove more than 15 paragraphs from plaintiff Crystal Starnes’ complaint that outlined her claims regarding their alleged prior relationship, but Bissoon declined to do so, saying motions to strike are generally disfavored by the courts.