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Steve Easterbrook Sued by McDonald Over Sexual Relationship

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What a surprising scandal! Steve Easterbrook sued by McDonald Monday over destroying evidence of three physical sexual relationships with employees.

Former McDonald‘s CEO Steve Easterbrook who board fired him last November over a separate relationship with a subordinate after he lied to the board about the extent of his relationships with employees sued by the company in a new lawsuit.

Easterbrook, according to the lawsuit which filed on Monday, approved a special grant of restricted stock, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to one of those employees.

Steve Easterbrook Sued by McDonald in a new lawsuit

“Recently identified evidence shows that Easterbrook had physical sexual relationships with three McDonald’s employees in the year before his termination; that he approved an extraordinary stock grant, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, for one of those employees in the midst of their sexual relationship; and that he was knowingly untruthful with McDonald’s investigators in 2019,” according to the complaint. 

The popular company additionally offers more details on the incident that the McDonald’s board referenced in its statement declaring Easterbrook’s exit: a sexting relationship with an employee.”The investigation confirmed that the alleged relationship had occurred and revealed that it had been a non-physical, consensual relationship involving texting and video calls,” according to the complaint, which continued that the relationship lasted a few weeks.

Evidence for Steve Easterbrook sexual relationships

Steve Easterbrook Sued by McDonald about a year after he was fired from McDonald’s in early November, Then immediately the company states the departure was linked to an internal probe into a consensual relationship with a coworker.

The evidence for Steve Easterbrook’s sexual relationships, according to the suit, was included “dozens of nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit photographs and videos of various women,” which related to those three employees. Easterbrook allegedly sent the images as attachments on emails from his work to his personal account.


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Steve Easterbrook’s financial scandal

Also, the investigation discovered that Easterbrook “approved an extraordinary stock grant, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, for one of those employees in the midst of their sexual relationship,” and that he lied to McDonald’s investigators last year.

The company alleges that by lying to the board, Easterbrook led them to believe that his firing could be considered “without cause.” The board ultimately landed on that designation, which entitled Easterbrook to certain outgoing benefits, the suit alleges. As part of the terms of his exit, Easterbrook was promised 26 weeks severance pay, in addition to prorated bonuses as warranted. Those benefits amounted to about $42 million, according to outside firm Equilar.

The company now attempts to reclaim hundreds of thousands of dollars in compensation paid to Easterbrook on his departure.


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