‘I’m good at giving women orgasms’: Married preacher and father-of-four
Ewa Sycz, 30, of Willesden, north-west London, said that father-of-four Alex Trott would try and grope her and pester her with questions about her sex life. Mr Trott, an ordained minister in the Spiritual Freedom Church, allegedly asked her whether she had ‘any sexual needs’, if she enjoyed oral sex and told her he was good at giving women orgasms.
Ewa Sycz, 30, said that father-of-four Alex Trott would try and grope her and pester her with questions about her sex life.
Mr Trott, an ordained minister in the Spiritual Freedom Church, allegedly asked her whether she had ‘any sexual needs’, if she enjoyed oral sex and told her he was good at giving women orgasms, in an ongoing tribunal.
The Polish woman said that 64-year-old Mr Trott sent women staff smutty emails and YouTube videos.
He allegedly told Miss Sycz that ‘English girls were easy’ and she ‘should not be different’.
He would stare at her, try to tickle her and once tried to massage her, she told Central London Employment Tribunal.
Miss Sycz, of Willesden, north-west London, has already received an out-of-court payment of £18,000 from her former firm Pace Security Services.
She had accused two bosses from the Uxbridge, Middlesex-based firm of sexually harassing her when she worked for them in Camden, north London.
She also alleged that she was unfairly dismissed from her £19,200-a-year post in January last year.
The firm settled her case out of court in September last year without any admission of liability.
Miss Sycz is now bringing a second tribunal claim against the guarding company, which employs 200 people, for victimisation.
She is seeking a further £12,000 in compensation.
She says it broke the terms of their confidentiality agreement by revealing her payout to Mr Trott.
He was the building manager at her workplace but employed by another firm, Workman Limited.
He then allegedly gossiped to other staff, saying she was now ‘rich for life’ from invented sexual harassment allegations.
Miss Sycz told the tribunal that Mr Trott often tried to talk to her about sex and to tickle her ‘love-handles’.
Miss Sycz said: ‘I avoided his touch and tried to keep him at a physical distance.
‘Mr Trott would frequently ask me to join him in his office to talk.
‘During these conversations he would often introduce a sexual subject.
‘He would discuss how a woman achieved orgasm. He said that he was very good at it.
‘He also asked me about oral sex and whether women enjoyed it. It pretended to be trying to find out more about what women wanted but he meant me.
‘When he discovered that I had separated, he would often speak about the sexual needs a single person had – me.
She added: ‘On one occasion, he asked me as a single person whether I had any sexual needs. I said that it was not appropriate to ask me such a question.
‘He said that English girls were easy but I should not be different.’
Mr Trott would also email her sexual jokes and smutty YouTube videos, she said.
She said: ‘Whenever he sent me or us the email based on the sexual subject, he would ask me to go to his office and say if I liked it.
‘He would also ask me if the other female receptionist staff liked it and how they had reacted. The truth was when he sent the emails we would try to ignore them.’
After leaving, Miss Sycz joined another firm as a site manager but she said that a former Pace colleague phoned her up to tell her that Mr Trott was speaking openly about the details of her settlement.
She said: ‘This revelation made me anxious and distressed. I wanted the whole thing to be over and now it was returning. It is clear to me that they told him.
‘I did not tell anyone and PACE were the only other people who knew the agreed outcome of the claim except for ACAS and our respective solicitors.
‘Pace knew that I had referred in my claim to the sexual harassment by Mr Trott.
‘I was shocked that Pace had disclosed details of the compromise agreement to someone they should have known to be untrustworthy and hostile towards me.
‘He sexually harassed me. I do not wish to have anything to do with him.’
Pace strongly denies victimising Miss Sycz and is vigorously contesting her claim.
Mr Trott has denied ever sexually harassing Miss Sycz.