Build Editor-in-Chief Backwards

Build Editor-in-Chief Backwards

The German daily Build is headquartered in Berlin on April 15, 2008. John McDougall AFP

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Daily buildGroup Axel Springer announced this Saturday that it had asked Julian Reichelt to temporarily withdraw from her activities, citing an internal investigation following complaints from several women.

Julian Richelth is the target of numerous domestic complaints Moral harassment Abuse of power. Following these complaints, the group decided to launch an investigation led by a law firm into allegations that the 40-year-old editor was violating the newspaper’s values ​​and rules.

The weekly’s investigation says he is suspected Mirror, Before promoting his interns, before dismissing them. Employees have been informing management for months, but the weekly reports that the investigation into the allegations against the tabloid’s omnipotent editor-in-chief has been slow.

Julian Richelt “denies allegations”

“In order to allow clarity and not to embarrass the editorial staff, he (Julian Reichelt) asked the board to suspend him from office until the allegations become clear,” he said. The group owner of the first German newspaper stated in a press release that the request had been “granted”.

Julian Reichelt, head of the editors’ headline, made it clear to the group that “the allegations are baseless.” “The investigation is still ongoing,” he said, adding that the German group did not want to comment on the allegations.

Printed about 2 million copies, ImageFounded in 1952, it focuses on news items, sports, and celebrity news to become the leading German newspaper.

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