Daphne city council president releases statement on harassment charges

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DAPHNE, Ala. (WKRG) — UPDATE 7/24/2019: Scully Law is representing Daphne City Council President Pat Rudicell in a case involving a harassment charge. Rudicell’s lawyer, William Scully III sent us a statement about the charge.

It reads: “The complaining witness in this case was a family employee.  She was fired for cause on the day of this incident.  I am confident that the truth will come out in the end and Mr. Rudicell will be exonerated.”  

ORIGINAL STORY 7/23/2019: Daphne city council president Pat Rudicell has turned himself in on harassment charges. According to the Baldwin County jail, Rudicell has been released after posting a $500 bond.

The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office says the charges came from an incident on July 3rd. The victim was Rudicell’s father’s caregiver at the time. The victim “alleges he [Rudicell] called her names and yelled at her.” 

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