That's right, and Padge points out that she complained at the time.
So what happened to that complaint?
Was sexual harassment shown to have occurred?
I think the point she may be making is that nothing happened to the complaint, which has historically been the problem. I'm old enough to have been on the receiving end of unwanted male attention at work without any way of changing things as back in the day it was a question of 'put up or shut up' for women in the workplace no matter how women may feel. Groping and such like in the office was not considered an offence of any kind, much less a criminal one, and women did not feel they had anyone listening to them.
Things have changed and some blokes don't like it. Tough noogies is all I can say to them. They have to keep their hands, eyes, and all other parts to themselves while at work and that is exactly how it should be.
However, nor do I want to see men vilified or victimised simply because complaints have been lodged or because men happen to be, er, men.
Rennard has consistently denied the charges, an internal investigation has come to the conclusion that there was insufficient evidence, and that should have been it. Unfortunate for the women if indeed he had abused them but that's how it is. However, Clegg went off on one and broke his own party's rules by banishing Rennard to the edges of the universe regardless of the enquiry's findings and made a big mess of an already messy situation.