Sexual Harassment morals

If a non-custodial parent had three co-workers come forward and say they were sexually harassed by being wrongfully touched and/or by words which made them feel “creepy.” are there any examples of cases where that non-custodial parent was denied additional custody/visiation due to the harassment and poor morals?

If this conduct affects the minor children in any way, then it would be relevant in a custody hearing. But this, by itself, without any evidence of an effect on the children, is not likely to impact a custody ruling.

Anna Ayscue

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