A well-paid executive at the Department of Education has been targeted in a gender discrimination lawsuit accusing him of being a misogynistic butthead who'd make Michael Scott blush. James T. Shea, the CEO of the DOE's School Facilities Division, allegedly created an atmosphere of frat boy degradation, in which female employees were called "girls" despite orders to stop. According to a copy of the lawsuit obtained by DNAinfo, he also let it be known that the office dress code consists of "no muffin tops and no camel toes."

The lawsuit is being filed by former DOE employee Sheila Dancy-Wilkins, a director in the division from 2006 to 2011, who claims that "sexism has long been widespread" in the office. She says the conduct started with Shea, who would allegedly blurt out the names of staffers he wanted to bed, declaring that he "would do her." Senior management also referred to women as "ho's and bitches." Even worse, Dancy-Wilkins says she was paid less than her male colleagues, earning $12,682 to $41,432 less per year than every male director. Shea, for his part, makes $182,588 a year.