About three years ago, I worked for a small retail company managing two staff in my team - let's call them Jim and Jane. Jane had been working for the company on a temporary contract for around ten months. Her output was low despite lots of training and support from myself, and she did not get on particularly well with other staff, often being standoffish and short tempered. This was realised by the managing director, who fired her on the spot. It was harsh and definitely not the right way to do it, but the company did benefit from her no longer being in staff. A replacement staff member was hired and we carried on as usual.
Fast-forward two years the company has gone under. I'm working in a similar job in the education industry, and am privately contacted by Jane who invites me and Jim for a drink as a catch-up. I agree, and we meet at a bar the following week. The evening goes well - it turns out Jane has been on another temp contract working in the same industry as me and Jim who is also secure in another job. Later on, Jim has to leave to go home, though Jane has just bought a drink so I agree to stay for another. After Jim leaves, Jane tells me that she has always been in love with me and that she would care for me much better than my wife does (worth noting my wife is pregnant with our first child at this point!) She repeatedly tries to touch and kiss me and I continue to refuse her advances, before firmly having to put an end to the night to go home. I have since blocked her number to avoid any further contact.
Fast-forward another year and we are hiring for a new position in our team, and my manager asks me to review some CVs/resumes with her for interview selection. In her pile is a CV/resume from Jane! I didn't say anything, and thankfully she was not selected for interview.
A member of our team is now about to go on maternity leave and a temporary replacement will be hired. The role is a similar position to the one Jane previously applied for, so I am worried that she will apply for it again. I may not be involved in any selection process, so is it wrong to warn my manager about both Jane's performance issues and the issue I may have working with her after her advances on me?