Google agreed to pay two top executives $135 MILLION total in severance packages after they were both accused of sexual misconduct | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Google agreed to pay two top executives $135 MILLION total in severance packages after they were both accused of sexual misconduct

Google agreed to pay two of its top executives $135million in severance packages after they were both accused of sexual misconduct, a new lawsuit has claimed.

Amit Singhal was offered $45million by Alphabet, Google's parent firm, after he was accused of groping a colleague at a 'boozy off-site event' with the company.

Details of the exit package were revealed as part of a shareholder lawsuit against the company, one that followed a published report of payouts Google made to executives accused of sexual misconduct.

Previously redacted portions of the lawsuit were made available Monday, including quotes from Alphabet board committee meetings.

They come just months after thousands of Google employees staged a global walk-out after it was revealed Android creator Andy Rubin received a $90million severance package after a woman accused him of forcing her into oral sex.

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