A British former railway manager won $197,000 Friday in a sex discriminatino case, after accusing her male coworkers of leaving pornographic magazines in her mail tray and spreading rumors that she is a lesbian, the Daily Mail reported.

"I was told by a manager I was being given a hard time because of my gender and for the male staff it was a case of 'little girls playing with little boys' toys,'" said Donna McAllister, 44.

McAllister's coworkers at the Network Rail office, where whe was the only female, also reportedly left crude drawings on her desk and shunned her from business meetings, the Mail reported.

McAllister claims the men believed they should have gotten her position, which paid an annual salary of $112,334. During a reorganization she was forced to re-apply for her own job but did not get it, despite her being the only contender, the story says.

As a result of the tormenting, she said she suffered a nervous breakdown, severe depression and migraines.

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