Google Exec Fired After Reporting Sexual Harassment

Chrissy Clark Education Reporter
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A male executive at Google claims he was fired from the company after a high-ranking female employee groped him at a company dinner, according to the New York Post.

Ryan Olohan accused Google of terminating him after he reported a top executive, Tiffany Miller, for groping him at a restaurant in 2019. Co-workers chalked up the female employee’s behavior to “Tiffany being Tiffany,” according to court documents.

Let’s be honest, if the roles were reversed and Miller was a man, the mainstream media would be calling for Google to be canceled.

The lawsuit claims that Miller, who is also Asian, started filing complaints against Olohan for “microaggressions.” Even though Olohan is married to an Asian woman. Google eventually terminated him after 16 years at the company.

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