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The DDOT employee who the Office of Inspector General accused of misusing city property by “engaging in sexual activity” in her office at the Reeves Center has been put on administrative leave, LL has learned.

LL’s not heard of similar punishments for the others involved.

Update: The male city employee involved in the Reeves Center tryst was fired last night, a city spokesman said. He was most recently employed at the Department of Employment Services.

Update No. 2: The husband of the DDOT employee, a DCRA employee who the OIG says improperly improperly accessed his wife’s office and email account, has been put on administrative leave.

Update No. 3: LL just spoke with the city’s H.R. director, Shawn Stokes, who explains that all three employees are officially on administrative leave with pay. The DOES employee will be fired following two weeks of leave, she said, while the fate of the other two is still up in the air.