Kate Maltby, who claims Damian Green made inappropriate advances to her, says she told a senior Downing Street aide about his behaviour in 2016.
The MP, who denies the claims, was sacked from the cabinet on Wednesday.
This came after an inquiry found he had broken the ministerial code over “misleading” statements after pornography was found on his computer.
Downing Street has denied that Theresa May knew anything about Ms Maltby’s allegations.
A No 10 source said the PM has said “everyone should be able to work in politics without fear or harassment”.
Speaking on Thursday, Mrs May reiterated her personal “sadness” at sacking her close ally Mr Green.
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Police turn on officers who brought down Green
Porn leaks attacked as Tory anger mounts
The head of the Metropolitan Police Federation joined forces with Tory MPs last night to condemn the “abhorrent” actions of two retired officers who helped to bring down Damian Green.
Ken Marsh, chairman of the organisation that represents 30,000 rank-and-file officers, strongly criticised leaks revealing that pornography had been found on the parliamentary computer of Mr Green, who resigned as deputy prime minister on Wednesday.
Theresa May said that she expected the leaks, which are the subject of a criminal inquiry, to be “properly investigated” and “taken seriously”.
Influential Tory MPs rounded on the former counterterrorism chief Bob Quick and Neil Lewis, a retired detective constable, for leaking details of the pornography last month, nine years after it was uncovered during a raid on Mr Green’s office. Critics said that retired officers should face cuts to their pensions if they breached confidentiality.
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