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Rivera seemed obsessed with appellant. To stated that she saw Mr. She stated that Mr.

Rivera had asked her questions and followed her on the freeway. Rivera to stay away from appellant. Rivera, including the text messages. Postmaster Silberberg later informed Mr. Christomo and appellant that he had referred the matter to the OIG. He noted that the envelope was found inside a locked mailbox and that only someone with access to the box key could have left the envelope there.

Codianne stated that he interviewed Mr. Rivera, Francisco Zialcitta, a coworker who carpooled with Mr. Rivera was also employed. He noted that Mr.

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Rivera stated that he and appellant were friends. Rivera stated that living near appellant was a coincidence. Rivera denied ever threatening appellant. The Hertz records showed that Mr. Zialcitta indicated that he carpooled with Mr. Rivera between Stockton and San Francisco two to three days a week, but they did not carpool on days when Mr. Rivera worked in San Francisco. Zialcitta kept a log of carpool trips which indicated that Mr. Rivera worked at Hertz. OWCP also received reports by Dr.

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Karalis, an attending Board-certified psychiatrist, who diagnosed depression and anxiety. It found that she had not established any compensable work factors. OWCP noted that the witness statements did not clearly establish the claimed harassment by Mr. Appellant requested a hearing before an OWCP hearing representative.

Karalis and Mr. Christomo also testified. Appellant testified that Mr. Rivera visited her on her postal route and sent her text messages. She testified that most of the messages were sent and received during work hours. Appellant believed that the text messages were sexual in nature and that she was a victim of sexual harassment.

On one occasion while she was delivering mail at an apartment complex, Mr. Rivera attempted to hug her.

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Appellant pushed Mr. Rivera away and that the apartment manager came out from her office and asked appellant if she was OK or needed help.

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She testified that Mr. Rivera had a delivery route about 15 minutes from her own route and that he visited her while she delivered mail. Appellant asked Mr. Christomo to tell Mr. Rivera to stop visiting her on her route or asking her out socially. She and Mr. Christomo spoke with Mr. Appellant denied any prior or current personal relationship with Mr. Rivera and noted that they were only coworkers. Christomo testified that he was a union steward at the employing establishment. Appellant told him about the problems she had with Mr. Rivera, including text messages.

He testified that appellant showed him text messages received on her cell phone which were sent by Mr. Christomo and appellant spoke with Mr.