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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) — Bad news for one of the candidates running for Governor of Florida.

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A Florida Senate investigation into Sen. Jack Latvala finds a complaint he inappropriately touched a woman on several occasions is likely true.

The report released Tuesday also includes several other witness accounts of sexual misconduct by Latvala, a Republican who is also running for governor.

The former federal judge who conducted the investigation for the Senate recommended Latvala be sanctioned.

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The report will now be taken up by the Senate Rules Committee on Jan. 11.

The complaint was filed by Rachel Perrin Rogers, a top aide to Senate Majority Leader Wilton Simpson.

She said Latvala inappropriately touched her in an elevator, at a private club and other occasions.

Latvala has said he has been known to tell some women they look “hot” but that he’s never touched anyone against their will.

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