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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
I was recently confronted by the daughter of a manager in the company I work in of having an "inappropriate relationship" with her father. We are both married, and there is nothing untoward. We do however have a lot in common, each of our spouses knows we have lunch or go for coffee once or twice a week together. Unfortunately, his daughter is very immature and I, as the accused, cannot help but wonder if there is more going on with the family. The father has spoken to his daughter and advised her making such accusations are dangerous but I want to take it to the next level with HR or a lawyer. But it may be more out of anger.  


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