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Google’s legal chief David Drummond has been accused of romances with subordinates in violation of the rules

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Google’s Chief Legal Officer, David Drummond, regularly ignored the company’s policy against office romances with subordinates, and a great new blog post claims.

Drummond, who received $47 million in salaries, and the shareholders ‘ equity of the previous year, according to the united states Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings, the latest Us executive to be named the #MeToo age, in a blog post on Thursday, describing an alleged extra-marital affair with a former lover.

Twenty-two thousand Google employees worldwide, was at the protest in November, after an explosive story in the New York Times detailed how the company protects managers who have been accused of sexual harassment — including, by the payment of $90 million to the person who allegedly coerced a minor into performing a sexual act.

Jennifer Blakely, a former Google manager, wrote an essay for Medium’s description of a love affair with the One who was married at the time, painted an unflattering picture of a man who doesn’t think twice about violating Google’s policy against dating subordinates.

“David was well aware of the fact that our relationship is in violation of Google’s policy, which was to ‘discourage the direct reporting-line relationship to the outright banning of them,” she wrote.

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David Drummond, senior vice president, corporate development and chief legal officer of Google, Inc., in the year 2011. (Ryan Anson/AFP/Getty Images)
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The tech giant’s Blakely, the transfer from the legal department and in the sales area where they had no experience of, you know, because she has a son with One. She says that she feels depressed.

On a night in October of 2008 while they were living together, and we attended the one in Palo Alto for dinner with Google, other colleagues, One told me in Chicago via text message that he was never coming back.”

“‘Hell,’ does not begin with the record of my life since that day. I’ve spent the last 11 years, taking on one of the most powerful, ruthless lawyers in the world,” Blakely wrote. David would go on for months or even years at a time, completely ignoring my pleas to see his son — not so much as a text to us, and despite living about a mile away.”

Blakely does not receive any child support after she filed a custody suit against him, and a few years later.

Google’s Walkout, organizers released a statement in support of Blakely on Twitter.

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Meanwhile, One was married and reportedly started having an affair with his personal assistant,” said Blakely, who wrote that he had been having an affair with a former co-worker of her on Google.

In a statement sent to BuzzFeed News, One labeled herself as a “far-from-perfect.”

“The bill raises a lot of claims are made about ourselves and other people, including our son and my ex-wife,” he said. As you might expect, there are two sides to all of the conversations, and the details of Her story, and I have a very different idea about what is going on. I have discussed these claims directly with Jennifer, and I am now focusing on the details of our relationship with our employer. … Other than Her, I’ve never started a relationship with someone who worked at Google or in Writing. Any suggestion otherwise is simply not true.”

For Blakely, who said she was “sad,” but is grateful for her son, who was a cultural problem in Google, it starts at the top.

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“The women I worked with at Google, who have spoken to me ever since the New York Times article, told me how she was offended by the blatant womanizing and philandering, that was a common practice in some (but not all) of the executives, starting at the top,” she wrote.

“Truth to speak to power, and it is to be heard, it’s not going to be the significant changes that are necessary to make discrimination in the workplace.”

Fox News has not reached Google for comment on this story.

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