A former Superior Court administrator in Cobb County so enjoyed his job that he didn’t want to leave—at least for sex. That’s the result of a report issued Tuesday concerning allegations leveled at Howard Chesshire, who left his job in February after the allegations began surfacing.
Sex in a judge’s chambers, trysts at local hotels during business hours, obscene phone calls to female workers and a desire to see lesbian sex are among the many accounts of what was going on with the top Superior Court official in Cobb County for the past two decades.
The report says Chessire denied all of the allegations.
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