Sometimes the people behind the story can establish bulletin themselves…
On Tuesday, the Associated Press published each of these reports detailing a 2012 internal investigation of American Media Inc.’s main content officer Dylan Howard for alleged sexual misconduct.
According to 12 onetime employees who spoke to AP, the journalist — who works for gab publishings such as the National Enquirer, Us Weekly, RadarOnline, and Star — supposedly frankly described his sexual marriages during sees, considered female employees’ sexuality lives, and forced maidens to watch or listen to erotic fabric that apparently was not considered newsworthy.
Maxine “Max” Page, a former senior editor at RadarOnline, says she complained to human resources about him on behalf of two female reporters. She divulged 😛 TAGEND
“The behavior that Dylan exposed and the space he was and the room the company dealt with it — I just think that it has to be made public because it’s completely unacceptable.”
Page and six other works said Howard uttered inappropriate explains to and about one of the aforementioned reporters. They said he wanted to create a Facebook account of the woman’s vagina, stirred remarks about her sex life, and forced her and other female employees to watch or listen to indecency concerning luminaries without reason.
Former reporter Liz Crokin assertions Howard once would be interesting to know whether she was “going to be walking wall street tonight” on a date she wore heels to work.
Additionally, an unidentified former senior editor told me that he wrongfully accused her of sleeping with a journalism beginning, and “encouraged her to have sex with people for information.”
According to an invite gaining access to AP, a week before an outside investigator began holding interrogations, Howard invited a dozen coworkers to his 30 th birthday party in Las Vegas, which he dubbed “Dildo’s Dirty 30. “
On Tuesday, Cam Stracher — a solicitor for American Media — substantiated Howard’s internal inquest, but said the investigation grew no warrant for his termination.
“It was determined that there was some, what you would call as, horsing around outside the place, going to rails and things that are not singular in the media business … but none of it rose to the level of harassment that would require termination.”
After the report was completed, Howard discontinue the company and stopped working out of the Los Angeles office. Nonetheless, he was rehired a year later with a advertisement at American Media’s New York headquarters.
It is unclear if Howard was punished for his alleged wars, or if there are any new sexual abuse accusations since his rehiring.
After word of the 2012 investigation breaks out, Terry Crews said Howard was the person who is “threatened” him with publishing a “false prostitute story” after he opened up to Good Morning America about his groping assertions against WME agent Adam Venit.
Who’s going to be next ??
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