First female squadron leader in Taiwan allegedly harassed by President bodyguard
By: Judy Lin, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News)—Chen Yueh-fang (陳月芳) , Taiwan’s first female squadron leader,
filed a sexual harassment complaint against one of President Tsai Ing-wen’s bodyguards.
In late April, the air force colonel Chen filed a sexual harassment complaint to Liu Chih-pin (劉志斌), Tsai’s aide-de-camp, but he only reassigned the bodyguard in question Colonel Yang Wen-chih (楊文志) to Special Service Command Center, and did not handle the sexual harassment allegations.
Chen and her husband questioned Liu had intentionally downplayed the incident to protect Yang.
Yang, a personal bodyguard of Tsai was allegedly sending Chen inappropriate images and text messages via messenger App Line, and attempted to block her way at parking lots and toilets. [FULL STORY]