But a bailout of the company during the 2008 financial crisis left it in the control of the US Treasury Department.
RELATED: Senate Democrats call for hearings on workplace sexual misconduct Bonnin claims former IT department manager Joseph King hired her in July 2016, with no work experience in IT, shortly after they met at the strip club where she worked.
The two would leave the office for hours at a time, and on several occasions for most of the day.
King took plaintiff on ‘business’ trips to Texas — although there was no business justification for doing so — which required approval from King’s supervisor,” the lawsuit says.
The order prevented King from having contact with Bonnin, and he was then fired by Fannie Mae, the suit says.