Now it's called harassment..... PA cops harassed recruit, likened her to ‘American Girl doll’ : suit By Danika Fears December 10, 2014 | 2:36am Modal Trigger Amanda Holley says she was sexually harassed by her Port Authority bosses while training as a police recruit.Photo: Facebook A Port Authority police recruit claims her bosses sexually harassed her by repeatedly calling her an “American Girl doll” and suggesting she was too “feminine” for law enforcement, according to a new federal lawsuit. “Holley, when you are killed in the line of duty, I’ll make sure you look pretty for your family,” PA Sgt. Erick Torres told trainee Amanda Holley, 29, during an exercise, the suit claims. “I do a lot of funerals for fallen cops, and I normally never look at their face, but for you, I’ll make sure you look pretty.” Holley, of Jackson Township, NJ, said her bosses singled her out as soon as she began training at the Jersey City academy in August 2013, and the sexual harassment didn’t end until she was fired four months later. Torres would make her perform squat thrusts in front of the entire platoon, the suit says. He even came up with a sexist tune to sing around Holley, the suit alleges. “She is an American Girl doll,” Torres would occasionally croon. “One time, Sgt. Torres told plaintiff that he took his two daughters to the American Girl Doll store and swore that he saw plaintiff there,” the suit says. He also called her “Angelina Jolie” and jested that she received a Botox injection after Holley’s lips swelled up during a pepper-spray test, the suit says, adding she was sprayed more than other recruits. “The whole thing was obviously heartbreaking for me,” Holley told The Post. “To be ridiculed and feel ashamed of the way I looked was the hardest part. I was just embarrassed and humiliated.” ‘TThe whole thing was obviously heartbreaking for me… I was just embarrassed and humiliated.’ - Amanda Holley The trainee said she was forced out in December 2013 — several weeks after she had refused to resign at a supervisor’s behest after failing a firearms course. Holley felt that she was never given the one-on-one instruction other female trainees received, according to the suit. Before eyeing a position in law enforcement, Holley was a social worker with the New Jersey Department of Corrections — and she claims her boss used that job against her, the lawsuit states. “Sgt. Torres made it appear that plaintiff did not have the gumption to do law-enforcement work and should have stuck with social work solely because she was a young female,” it claims. Holley’s lawyer, Gina Mendola Longarzo, called the behavior outrageous. The lawsuit calls for an undisclosed amount of damages for civil-rights violations and lost wages. Neither Torres nor the PA could be reached for comment.