Overthrown Grammy CEO claims to Have "Evidence" that Award Show Is "Ripe With Corruption"

HipHop News Posted on January 24, 2020 at 3:07am

Overthrown Grammy CEO claims to Have "Evidence" that Award Show Is "Ripe With Corruption"

Deborah Dugan filed an explosive complaint of discrimination against the Academy at the beginning of this week.

Los Angeles, CA – Ejected from the Recording Academy president/CEO Deborah Dugan — the first female to hold that role in its 62-year history — recent appearance on Good Morning America with his attorney Doug Wigdor to discuss the pump's allegations that she did earlier this week.

On Tuesday (January 21), Dugan filed a discrimination complaint against the Academy, alleging illegal gender discrimination, sexual harassment, unlawful retaliation, and unequal pay. Now Dugan says she has "evidence " of" the awards show is "ripe with corruption.".centered-ad {

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BREAKING: Wigdor LLP has filed a charge of Discrimination with the EEOC on behalf of Deborah Dugan against the Recording Academy (the Grammys). Below is a statement from their lawyers, Douglas H. Wigdor and Michael J. Willemin.#DeborahDugan #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/46CxukAT2V

— Douglas Wigdor – Wigdor Law (@WigdorLaw) January 21, 2020

During the interview with GMA co-


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