NFL fines Dan Snyder billions

The businessman was accused of various inappropriate conduct

The notice also forced the businessman to pay a fine of US$ 60 million. (Photo: Pixabay)

Last Thursday (20), according to official reports released by the NFL, after the sale of the Washington Commanders to Josh Harris’ investment group, the Institution decided to impose a billionaire fine on Dan Snyder due to the various investigations of accusations of moral harassment, financial misconduct and illicit schemes.

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“The conduct based on Ms. White has no place in the NFL. We strive to make workplaces safe, respectful and professional. What Ms. Johnston experienced is inappropriate and contrary to the values of the NFL,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. The notice also forced the businessman to pay a fine of US$ 60 million.

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The investigation cited above was carried out by Mary Jo White, so that the change in ownership of the Washington Commanders could be adopted. The reports investigate the allegations made by Tiffany Johnston, a former employee of Dan Snyder, for having moral and sexual harassment. In addition, in testimony, the woman claimed that the businessman would have committed the same conduct with four other people from the establishment. After the allegations, the American defense has not yet manifested itself.

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