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Ex Olinda’s Employee Files Lawsuit Alleging S_exual Harassment by Tytan

Ex Olinda’s Employee Files Lawsuit Alleging S_exual Harassment by Tytan

A former female employee at Gain Healthcare, owned by Olinda Chapel, has made allegations of s_exual harassment against musician Tytan, who is married to Olinda.

The employee has filed a lawsuit, claiming that Tytan made unwelcome advances towards her while she was working at his wife’s company.

According to allegations, the anonymous woman who joined Gain Healthcare as a newly registered manager did not receive proper inductions when starting her job.

During her tenure, she claims that Tytan made unwelcome s_exual advances towards her. She reported these advances to her line manager, but to her surprise, she was summoned to meet with Olinda Chapel, the Director, and subsequently terminated from her position.

The reasons given for the employee’s dismissal included leaving work early, using a salon during work hours, and excessive messaging to management.

The woman alleges that she was not given an opportunity to present evidence in her defense. Following her termination, she received an email from a lawyer requesting her to sign a non-disclosure agreement regarding her departure.

Refusing to comply, she reported the company to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and local authorities, expressing concerns about employee treatment and other safeguarding issues.

The employee’s decision to approach the CQC unveiled that Gain Healthcare had already been under scrutiny and that her experience was not an isolated incident.

As news of the allegations spread, Olinda Chapel took to social media to address the situation. In a Facebook post, she acknowledged the s_exual harassment case against her husband, Tytan. However, she asserted that she would not be intimidated, harassed, or coerced into paying anyone off. She emphasized her unwillingness to engage in such games and requested privacy, mentioning that she was currently unwell.


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