Former Tinder marketing director Rosette Pambakian has filed another lawsuit against her ex-employer, and this time for the wrongful dismissal. Recall that earlier Rosetta has already filed one lawsuit against her boss for sexual violence. By her words, in 2016, after the company’s internal party, former Tinder CEO Greg Blatt sexually assaulted her in a hotel room.
Later, Rosette was dismissed from the company and the official reason was “unable to fulfill their job responsibilities”. Pambakian says she reported the incident to Tinder founder Sean Rad, who was chairman of Tinder at that time. Rad allegedly tried to aggravate the situation by reporting this to IAC executives, the owner of the Match Group, as well as the human resources manager at Match and Tinder. As a result, Pambakian met with two leading lawyers of the company to tell in detail about what happened. Blatt allegedly found out about the meeting and asked his assistant not to cooperate, because it would ruin his life and family.
In the end, Pambakian was forced to reject the earlier lawsuit because she signed the agreement. She says her dismissal means she has to give up millions of dollars in stocks. She demands compensation losses to cover her emotional stress, as well as the economic damage caused by medical expenses, as well as her lost earnings.
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