An inmate at an Oklahoma prison says his female case manager forced him to have sex between 50 and 100 times, and has sued the state, the case worker, and officials with the prison and the Department of Corrections.
Philip Thomas Burris, Jr. further claims that the case worker, Kasey McDonald, provided him with cellphones and marijuana to sell to other inmates.
McDonald's name is spelled "Kacie" in some court records.
McDonald also faces criminal charges of second-degree rape and bringing contraband into a prison which were filed in June of 2012.
Burris' lawsuit claims the forced sex took place in McDonald's office as well as an adjoining office beginning in January 2010, and continued through at least November 2011.
Court records indicate the suit was initially filed in February of this year in Cleveland County District Court.
It seeks in excess of $10,000 in damages, and names DOC Director Justin Jones and Mike Addison, Warden of the Joseph Harp Correctional Center, as co-defendants with McDonald.
McDonald has reportedly admitted having sex with Burris, but denied the allegations of contraband.
Any sexual contact with prisoners on the part of prison employees is considered rape under state law, even if the sex was consensual.