A former beauty editor at The New York Times was fired last month after being accused of sexual harassment, with the company denying any wrongdoing.
Nail salon owner Jessica Siegelman told The New Yorker in March that she had been fired for “unethical behavior” that included allegedly harassing male colleagues and making inappropriate comments to male colleagues about their appearance.
Siegelmann also alleged that male employees who complained about her behavior were told by Siegelmans management that the company had hired a different woman to work with them.
The Times confirmed to Recode that the story was accurate.
The NYT has not said whether it will continue to publish Siegelmoses work.
#Nailsalon is currently under investigation by the FBI and a New York State Department of Labor investigator, according to the Los Angeles Times.
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