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As the executive assistant for the grammy award’s CEO, has slammed the recently-ousted CEO, is claiming that Neil Portnow, who was previously in the role of, a victim of sexual assault of a female artist in the us.
In accordance with the discrimination complaint obtained by Fox News, What Little of it worked at first, as Portnow and executive assistant to Deborah Dugan, took the position and became its leader.
The complaint states, “It became clear early on that Ms. Little is not up to the task,” and even claims that Dugan of complaints received with respect to the Small-a behavior, leading her to seek a position with Little else in the company.
DRIVEN OUT OF GRAMMY ‘S CEO DEBORAH DUGAN TELLS THE FORMER” RECORDING ACADEMY CHIEF NEIL PORTNOW, OF THE RAPE OF A FEMALE ARTIST, THE: A REPORT
On Jan. 16, the Recording Academy placed Dugan on an administrative leave of absence. (AP)
Now, there’s not much offered, and a statement to Fox News, slamming Dugan’s comments to her about her behavior, and her general claims about the Portnow.
“Mrs. Dugan’s decision to take legal action in the press, and the spread of a false story concerning the Academy, and me and my co-workers is very unfortunate, but it is also an example of Ms. Dugan’s abusive and bullying behavior as they served as the Academy’s President and CEO, said,” Something said in a statement. “I’m proud of my career in the Academy, where, as a woman, I was able to work my way from a secretary to the Director of Administration in the executive suite, and only on the basis of the merits of working for and with the leaders of many of the more sophisticated and hard-charging than that of Mrs. Dugan.”
She went on to say, “It is disappointing that Ms. Dugan is hoping to use public opinion along gender lines, and we do not expect to be considered for her inexcusable behavior just because she is a woman; she needs to be held to the same standard.”
GRAMMY ‘S CEO, DEBORAH DUGAN ON” ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE ” FOLLOWING AN ALLEGATION OF MISCONDUCT
At the same EEOC complaint, Dugan claimed to Portnow, “the alleged rape of a female artist, who, upon information and belief, the true reason why his contract was not renewed.” Is not the name of the rape victim, was given to it.
The document states that the school was aware of the rape allegation, when Dugan was hired, but kept the information from her.
Dugan was on the grammy award’s first female CEO, for her, the sudden administrative leave of absence. (Amy Sussman/Invision/AP)
Portnow presented a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, saying: “The document is filled with inaccurate, false, and scandalous, and terribly painful to the claims against it for me.”
“Here it is, what it is, it is true, that The accusations of rape are ludicrous and false. The suggestion that was made was to spread a lie,” Portnow continued. “The poor have a complaint about my behavior, which is referred to in the EEOC claim had been brought immediately to the attention of the Board of directors and of the Executive Committee. An in-depth independent research by experienced and highly regarded attorneys, it was done and I was fully acquitted of all charges. There was no basis for the accusations against him, and once again, I deny them permission to do so.”
Dugan was placed on “administrative leave” last week by the head of human resources, in the light of the objection to the Recording Academy Board of trustees, including a formal accusation of misconduct by a senior female member of the Recording Academy’s football team.”
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The move came just 10 days prior to the 2020 annual Grammy Awards, set to air on Sunday, Jan. 26.