“While it is evident that Equinox continuously does not take steps to protect its members from sexual assault, it is even more unconscionable that they would fire one of their own employees for speaking out about being a victim of the very same alleged sex crime that they repeatedly cover-up,” Alexander’s lawyer, Marc Held, said.
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“It’s still going on every single day, and it’s a crime,” said attorney Marc Held, who represents the Equinox Wall Street victim, among others.
“I do suspect he may release another statement and potentially new documents in the future,” said Held of his client after American Media Inc. rescinded the deal. “Mr. Sajudin hopes the truth will come out in the very near future.”
Selon Me Marc Held, l’actuel avocat de Sajudin, celui-ci avait bien passé un contrat avec AMI le 15 novembre 2015, donnant au groupe de presse l’exclusivité du récit de l’ancien portier du gratte-ciel de 72 étages au cœur de Manhattan, au sommet duquel Donald Trump vivait avant de s’installer à la Maison Blanche.
“Mr. Sajudin has been unable to discuss the circumstances regarding his deal with American Media Inc. and the story that he sold to them, due to a significant financial penalty,” Sajudin’s lawyer Marc Held told CNN.