New York Times suspends journalist from misconduct

World November 20, 2017 16:51

new york - The American newspaper The New York Times suspends a well-known reporter after allegations of sexual misconduct. Several women complained about journalist Glenn Thrush at news site Vox.

The reporter would have touched and kissed women against their will, Vox reported. The New York Times then announced that they would investigate the accusations. 'While we do that, Glenn remains suspended,' the newspaper reported, saying that Thrush has not yet responded to the allegations.

The authoritative daily newspaper played a major role in exposing other scandals surrounding sexual misconduct, with reports about, among others, producer Harvey Weinstein and comedian Louis C. K.

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