Postal Worker at Trenton NJ P&DC alleges supervisor assaulted her at work

HAMILTON — A U.S. Postal Service employee in Hamilton has filed an assault charge against her supervisor at the service’s mail processing center on Route 130 in Hamilton, documents show.

Postal employee Kelly Beacham signed a simple assault complaint against supervisor Bin Bin Huang in Hamilton Municipal Court in May, stemming from an incident in January, court documents say.

Postal Worker at Trenton NJ P&DC alleges supervisor assaulted her at work

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The federal documents include a copy of the complaint Beacham signed. It alleges Huang grabbed Beacham January 9, causing a neck injury. The documents say Huang supervises Beacham at the processing and distribution center.

Beacham went to a hospital for treatment and was diagnosed with a strained neck, the complaint says. It took her three months to recover and took three months to recover.

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9 thoughts on “Postal Worker at Trenton NJ P&DC alleges supervisor assaulted her at work

  1. Just three months? Most employees that claim to get hurt on the job are on light duty for years. Its amazing how a person can claim that they strained a muscle picking up a bucket and not be back to full duty two years later. If they set an example and fired someone this BS would stop real quick.

  2. she should thank the stupidvisor……now she is a IOD….like IOD Muffin Megan…..survey says-have another donut Megan! out on COP….priceless! now you know why they call it the US Postal Circus!

  3. This Supervisor for years has had issues. The supervisors own piers have had walked out of the workplace. No accountabilty. The taxpayers pay for eeo’s and an attorney for this supervisor.

    • This foreigner is probably not even a US citizen and is handed a stupidvisor position .Only in the Postal Service,

  4. This supervisor has been walked out of the building by her own piers . Years these abuses went without any accountability.

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