It’s a scandalous affair coming from one of the world’s largest burger franchise, and it’s saucier than those juicy Big Macs and crispier than your average fries.
Former CEO of McDonald’s Steve Easterbrook has been sued by the company that he used to work with, and on the charges than he had been having sexual relationships with three employees at the same time, instead of only one that he had claimed in front of the company’s board of directors. The fast food giant is after one thing Easterbrook has been left with: his exit package of 40 million dollars. This was the exact amount of money that he was given when he was given the leave in November. McDonald’s had previously shown him the door due to violation of the company policy by having affairs with his own employees. The sexual relationship in question is consensual, as far as his testimonies are concerned as of the status quo.
Actions against the disgraced former leader was made on Monday.McDonald’s have carried out an extensive internal investigation to make the files complete, with their findings indicated Easterbrook had consistently lied to avoid further libel charges, getting away with his retirement money along the process.
Also, the full scale of the relationships that he had with the said employees turned out to be more than a sexting relationship.“The investigation confirmed that the alleged relationship had occurred and revealed that it had been a non-physical, consensual relationship involving texting and video calls,” according to the filed document on the former alleged case.
The investigation states that Easterbrook testified the sexting relationship was “the only one of an intimate nature” shared with an employee.
For the hearing before the board of directors, he said that there were none other than that, no physical intimacies involved.It was not the case. All three cases, in actuality, did involve all the hustling moves, meeting the physicality factor of disqualification, essentially alleging that Easterbrook has lied in front of the board.
The evidences were pretty straightforward, as pictures that embodied “dozens of nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit photographs and videos of various women,” which included photographs of the three employees.
Easterbrook apparently had left these in the record, as he transferred these images from work email to personal account.The investigation discoveredalso that Easterbrook “approved an extraordinary stock grant, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, for one of those employees in the midst of their sexual relationship.
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