A former security guard at Faraday Future’s California headquarters claims she was sexually harassed and cyberstalked by one of the company’s IT administrators, according to details in a previously unreported lawsuit filed this summer. The plaintiff, Genesis Reyes, also claims the company dismissed multiple written and verbal reports about the alleged actions of its employee and named defendant, Josue Alejandro Sanchez, and says that she was fired after raising her complaints. Reyes also argues in the suit that Faraday Future was more concerned with keeping its electric car efforts secret than it was with the safety of its employees. She claims the security cameras in the area where she worked were turned off because it was the same place that Faraday Future tested the prototypes of its car, the FF91. And on one occasion, she claims an employee lost control of one of the prototypes and “accelerated rapidly backwards” into another car, and that she was asked not to prepare an accident report. Faraday Future and Reyes’ employer (G4S Secure Solutions) are also named as defendants in the suit, which was filed in June. The case is scheduled to go to trial in December 2018. The original complaint filed by Reyes describes numerous allegations of harassment by Sanchez between February and April of 2017. Reyes worked in what’s described as a “single person” security booth at the plant, and she alleges that across those three months, Sanchez repeatedly approached her, often at night, and asked her for her personal information. Reyes claims that, after she denied those requests, Sanchez “leered and stared at [her] in a sexual way,” that he entered the guard booth and brushed against her, and also blocked her from exiting. Reyes also claims that, on at least one occasion, Sanchez followed her to the bathroom and waited for her outside the door. Despite allegedly denying him access to her personal information, Sanchez “located and stole” Reyes’ personal contact information anyway, including her work schedule, according to the complaint. Reyes claims he used that information to repeatedly send her text messages until she blocked his number. On another occasion, Reyes claims