Listen to this article Former Staffers Allege Steven Crowder Engaged In Workplace Misconduct By Exposing Himself
Conservative provocateur and YouTuber Steven Crowder has been facing a series of challenges after declining a $50 million offer to join Ben Shapiro’s Daily Wire in January. Amid his divorce proceedings, a video from 2021 recently surfaced in which he is shown yelling at his pregnant wife. Additionally, ten former employees have accused Crowder of engaging in workplace misconduct and abusive behavior.
Allegations of Workplace Misconduct
According to the New York Post, former staffers claim that Crowder oversaw an “abusive” company, where he would frequently harass them. They have accused him of sending production assistants to do his laundry, being an unreasonable micromanager, and verbally abusing his team. Crowder allegedly berated his team regularly and threatened to fire people on the company’s Discord channel. He even reportedly yelled at his own father in front of employees when Darrin Crowder was working as his son’s booker.
Allegations of Sexual Misconduct
Former employees have claimed that Crowder would frequently expose himself at work, with incidents dating back to 2017. One witness reported that in March 2018, Crowder dropped his genitals on the shoulder of a producer who had fallen asleep in the back row of a van. Another former employee claimed to have seen Crowder put his testicles on his childhood friend and assistant, John Goodman, during a flight in 2018. Additionally, an ex-staffer recalled that Crowder had exposed himself to a former producer named “Not Gay Jared” in 2017 while they were filming a parody version of Ghost.
Response to Allegations
Crowder has denied the allegations of workplace misconduct and sexual misconduct. Also he has described the accusations as “cancel culture” and has claimed that they are part of a “smear campaign” against him. Crowder has also emphasized that the allegations have not been proven in court.
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