MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A former Wisconsin prosecutor accused of rampant sexual harassment will get a chance to persuade the state not to suspend his law license.

The Office of Lawyer Regulation has asked the state Supreme Court to suspend Ken Kratz’s law license for six months. The office has scheduled a three-day hearing on the matter beginning June 19 in Appleton.

READ MORE: Wisconsin Man Identified As Carjacking Suspect Fatally Shot By Police On I-35W; Officers Also ID'd

Kratz resigned from his position as Calumet County district attorney in 2010 after The Associated Press reported he sent a domestic abuse victim racy text messages in hopes of sparking an affair. More women have since come forward accusing Kratz of sexual harassment.

READ MORE: Derek Chauvin Sentence: How Long Will He Spend In Prison?

Kratz, now a private attorney in Appleton, has denied any wrongdoing. He says the OLR is out to get him.

MORE NEWS: COVID In Minnesota: 13 Deaths, 1,611 Cases Reported; Hospitalizations Continue To Spike

(© Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)