Let’s make this clear gavinmac.gavinmac wrote: ↑Wed Jun 19, 2019 5:13 amSe does appear to be the victim, but I think it's still reasonable to ask whether the account in her email is 100% accurate.
She writes in the email that at the May 9 farewell party he offered her money and apartment for a "friends with benefits" arrangement and that she knew exactly what he was implying and she began trembling and feeling cold and just wanted to run home and tell her mother. And then she made up a fake boyfriend to get him to back off his sex for money propositions.
If she knew exactly what he was implying when he offered her $1000 per month for a relationship that was not exclusive or possessive, and if she was disgusted and offended by that, and it "felt like an insult" as she says in her email, why did she respond "I have no problem with that sir" and then offer to provide non-sexual "company" to him in exchange for money?
The way these emails read to me is that he's a creep clumsily dangling $1000 a month in front of his female staff to make them his sexual playthings, and she, knowing that's exactly what he was suggesting, tried to finagle a way to get the money without having sex with him, instead of just telling him no.
I am her friend and i also asker her about the texts.
She never accepted anything.
When she was told he is not possessive or whatever she had no problem with that cause she doesnt care.
She doesnt want anything to deal with him.
Did you honestly read her letter?
I think it was stated there that she was in fear for her life.
She never accepted his offer.
She was illegally recruited to the extent she had to lie to the our immigration.
If she say something that can madden that ugly old guy he will threaten her.
After she didnt accept the offer
The ugle old guy started looking for mistakes in her work.