New York State has agreed to pay $125,000 to one woman who accused former Democratic state Assemblyman Dennis Gabryszak of sexual harassment.

The state Attorney General’s office confirmed the settlement which consists of $100,000 for damages and another $25,000 for lost wages. However, a spokesperson made clear the AG did not represent Gabryszak.

The former assemblyman resigned from office in January 2014, after seven former staffers accused him of harassment. Six of those women filed lawsuits against him in state Supreme Court with the seventh filing in federal court.

A judge dismissed three of those cases for falling outside the statute of limitations, but the other three and the federal suit remain open. In 2016, the Legislative Ethics Committee fined Garbryszak $100,000 after it was determined he had violated the public officer’s law by sexually harassing legislative aides.

A 2015 report released by the Joint Commission on Public Ethics detailed a string of “sexually inappropriate behavior” by the lawmaker, including one incident in which he told a female staffer he was “aroused” when talking about going to strip clubs. The report also said he asked a woman to get him information on his cell phone or iPad, knowing she would view pictures of naked women or escort service information.

Spectrum News is not reporting the name of the staffer from the state’s settlement due to the nature of the accusations, although the court documents are public.