Although the British millionaire and businessman, Philip Green, allegedly went bankrupt, these days it turned out that he ran out of money only on paper.
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The global crisis has forced many established entrepreneurs to reconsider the way they do business, to reduce costs and some of them had to officially announce a complete financial collapse. The British tycoon and owner of TopShop, Philip Green, was no exception, but it turned out that this was his attempt, once again, to deceive himself. But nothing surprising considering a biography full of sexual harassment, eyeless lies, crazy orgies, insults and even physical assaults.
President of a retail company Arcadia Group, he was allegedly accused two years ago of exposing people working in his business empire to abuse and other inappropriate behaviors that occasionally relied on racial, physical, and sexual connotations, The Guardian reports.
The life story of the retail mogul so far is rich in dramas and anecdotes, ranging from his failed attempts to take over M&S, to a lavish lifestyle that has attracted accusations of tax evasion.
The Daily Telegraph then claimed that some of the busy people were complaining about Green, but that they were “silenced”. According to reports, the silence was paid for with cash and was not cheap at all.
In one of the statements that is Telegraph published later, it is alleged that Green ridiculed the busy black man’s dreadlocks and accused him of smoking cannabis, in addition to telling him that his “problem” was that “everyone shoots from a gun and that still throw spears into the jungle “.
Subsequently, the employee accepted a payment of £ 1 million on the condition that he sign a silence order, he announced. Telegraph then. The man declined to comment when the newspaper contacted him.
The list report indicates that other officials also expressed concern about Green, and some said it was about “taking care of the occupation” because he thought there were “too many blacks” around him in Arcadia.
Green, of course, denied this behavior at the time.
She was also alleged to have improperly touched one of the directors and called her a “naughty girl,” and later became richer by a million pounds to quit the lawsuit.
His lawyers, in support of all the leaked information, stated that he had a cheerful character and that he was “a passionate businessman, who can sometimes be too boisterous and capricious.”
They added that from time to time he was “aggressive towards close and confidential people” and indicated that Mr Filip’s behavior towards employees did not constitute any kind of crime or was dangerous to their health and safety “.
He is also accused of breaking employees ’phones and harassing them and their families.
However, the employer sold the BHS company for £ 1 to Dominic Chapel, due to the declared bankruptcy. His wife bought an exclusive property worth £ 10.6 million before and after for his daughter Chloe, just meters from Buckingham Palace, Pandora documents revealed today.