Immigration and Customs Enforcement Chief of Staff Suzanne Barr resigns amid misconduct allegations.

FOX News Radio's Don Mathisen reports:

Suzanne Barr quit her job as a high ranking member of the Obama administration after charges she created a "frat house" atmosphere at the agency. Several ICE employees claim Barr was responsible for sexually harassing men working for her.

She took a leave of absence earlier this month after reports of a lawsuit filed by a former ICE special agent. Barr says the accusations are unfounded and she's resigning to end distractions within the agency.

In a statement, ICE wished her the best of luck.

Barr is a longtime aide to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

Don Mathisen, FOX News Radio.