Suzanne Barr first made news about two weeks ago for allegedly telling a colleague, he was a sexy "expletive," among other things.
Now she's making news for telling her boss, she's stepping down.
The now former ICE chief of staff voluntarily placed herself on leave in August.
But she's leaving for good because, as she wrote in a letter to ice director John Morton, obtained by FOX News:
"In recent weeks, I have been the focus of unfounded allegations designed to destroy my reputation, but of greater concern however, is the threat these allegations represent to the reputation of this agency and the men and women who proudly serve their country by advancing ICE's mission."
Barr's letter was three paragraphs long.
But ICE's response was only two sentences.
Coming from a spokesman for ICE director John Morton, quote
"Director Morton has received Ms. Barr's resignation. We wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors."
But the chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, Republican Congressman Peter King, went into far greater detail expressing far more concern with the situation saying:
"The resignation of Suzanne Barr raises the most serious questions about management practices and personnel policies at the Department of Homeland Security. The Committee on Homeland Security will continue and intensify its review of all the facts regarding this case and DHS personnel practices across the board."
But Suzanne Barr says she the allegations against her are without any merit and she is confident that, in time, her reputation will be restored.
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