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The complaint, initially filed July 22 in Bradley County Circuit Court, states that "Officer Wooten entered Ms. The Cleveland Police Department began an internal investigation and Wooten was placed on administrative leave, according to news archives. Records and newspaper archives indicate that similar allegations had been raised against Wooten on at least two prior occasions since he joined the Cleveland Police Department in 2004.
Sharp's residence and sexually assaulted her" on two occasions on June 22, 2013, while "carrying out his official duties for the City of Cleveland." The lawsuit holds Snyder and Cleveland accountable for Wooten's alleged sexual assault because the city "continued to retain Officer Wooten despite numerous complaints that it had received over the years about his predatory and rapacious sexual conduct while on duty." The complaint also states that "the custom and practices" of Cleveland's police department actually "promoted an atmosphere of tolerance" for the kind of acts Wooten has been accused of committing, stating that city officials had taken little or no actions despite their knowledge that "some officers were dating or were sexually active with minor females." Failure to supervise and discipline officers is among an array of factors contributing to conduct that violated Sharp's civil rights under the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution, according to the complaint. Alleged sexual misconduct by Cleveland police officers has been documented by the Times Free Press.