A former Google executive is filing a lawsuit against his former employer saying he was improperly terminated after he refused his female boss’s advances when she groped him at a company-sponsored party.
According to the NY Post, Ryan Olohan says Tiffany Miller improperly grabbed him at a 2019 party.
Miller apparently rubbed Olohan’s abs, made a comment about his physique, said she knew he liked Asian women and then stated her marriage lacked “spice.”
Olohan, a married father of seven, initially said the incident was because people were drinking and others said it was, “Tiffany being Tiffany.”
The following week he reported the incident to Human Resources, never heard anything back, and Miller began chastising his work for more than two years before he was ultimately fired in 2022.
Miller on two occasions apparently got into a drunken verbal spat with Olohan at similar company outings.
Olohan has since filed a federal lawsuit against Miller and Google for his firing, which they cited he was not being “inclusive” enough with his team. Olohan says Google fostered a hostile work environment, discrimination, and retaliation.
He was an employee at Google for 16 years.
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