She's accused of spending thousands of dollars on pizzas, beer and wine, and even having adult content on a work computer.
But the former chief executive of the Lexington Public Library says all the charges are justified and the adult content is something she doesn't understand either.
Kathleen Imhoff responded Friday afternoon to a newly released city audit.
She says the audit does not show evidence of inappropriate content nor evidence of deleting files.
Says she doesn't know what the alleged adult conduct is and she says they won't tell her.
Imhoff's attorney says his client is owed two more years worth of her salary because her contract wasn't set to expire until 2011.