Attorney David R. Castellani has filed litigation in New Jersey Superior Court on behalf of plaintiff Virginia Coley.

The defendants named are:

The City of Atlantic City, Floyd Tally, Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small, STOP THE VIOLENCE, O.C.E.A.N. and JOHN DOES 1-10.

Castellani painstakingly lays out five detailed counts against the various defendants in his complaint.

Here is the first count as it begins in the Castellani filing:


1. Plaintiff VIRGINIA COLEY, was first employed by the Defendant June 18, 2022, temporarily.

2. Plaintiff a City employee of Defendant City of Atlantic City on numerous and repeatedly occasions has been subjected to sexual harassment and a severe and pervasive hostile work environment, quid pro quo sexual harassment, and retaliation and reprisal all in violation of the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination.

Here is the entire FIRST COUNT.

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Harry Hurley, TSM.
Harry Hurley, TSM.

The various counts detail in great specificity serious allegations regarding various forms of misconduct, sexual and otherwise.

In his complaint, Castellani has requested that his client receive a trial by jury.

Atlantic City Mayor Small’s so-called non-violence program has resulted in many serious criminal allegations and now these disturbing civil charges are being incurred by multiple members of the non-violence program.

Castellani has become the new “It” attorney when it comes to winning big cases against the City of Atlantic City during the volatile and controversial Small administration.

Retired Atlantic City Police Officer John Devlin has a massive lawsuit that is currently working its way through the legal process.

Devlin has been removed from both his Atlantic City Municipal Utilities Authority and Atlantic City Board of Education (board) seats.

Many (including me) believe that Small has politically retaliated against Devlin.

Atlantic City Council Member at Large George Tibbitt has stated publicly on WPG Talk Radio 95.5 that “Mayor Small lied to us and we owe John Devlin a public apology.”

Tibbitt went on to give Devlin an on-air public apology and said “if Small had not lied to us, I never would have voted to remove John Devlin from his Atlantic City Municipal Utilities Authority board seat.

Devlin was removed by just one vote in a bitter split decision.

Devlin’s removal from the Atlantic City Board of Education is currently under appeal.

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