McDonald's is suing its ousted CEO for lying about sexual relationships with employees
New York (CNN Business) Ousted McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook lied to the board about the extent of his relationships with employees, the company alleged in a new lawsuit. He misled investigators about engaging in physical sexual relationships with three employees in the year before his ouster, according to the documents. He also allegedly said that he'd never had a physical sexual relationship with someone who worked for him. The new investigation found that Easterbrook engaged in physical sexual relationships with three employees in the year before he was terminated, according to the complaint. In an email sent to McDonald's employees at the time of his exit, Easterbrook expressed regret over the relationship.