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The shocking allegations made against billionaire businessman Sir Philip Green by five former employees have been revealed for the first time.
Sir Philip originally obtained a court injunction preventing the publication of the claims, before dropping it earlier today.
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Now, the full extent of the allegations can be revealed, included how he groped a senior female executive and called her a 'naughty girl', before paying her more than £1 million in hush money.
Other claims from former staff member reveal a range of sexual harassment, race discrimination and bullying allegations.
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The Arcadia boss is alleged to have paid out millions in settlements with staff members.
The embattled Topshop billionaire is alleged to have kissed the female executive's face, slapped her bottom and made comments about her weight several times, in front of other people.
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The Daily Telegraph reported the claims after the businessman dropped legal action against the newspaper.
The retail tycoon also allegedly dragged a woman around in a headlock and smashed a male employee's mobile phone, the newspaper said.
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And the paper reported he was told not to come any closer by a woman whose face he is said to have grabbed, allegedly dragged another senior female staff member around in a headlock and allegedly smashed a male staff member's mobile phone in an aggressive dressing down.
He reportedly mocked a black male employee's dreadlocks and told him he was 'still throwing spears in the jungle', before assuming he smoked cannabis.
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Green was also told not to come any closer by a woman whose face he is said to have grabbed.
Sir Philip has categorically denied the allegations, insisting he never meant to cause offence.
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In all five cases, the employees had agreed to keep the details of their complaints confidential under NDAs.
Earlier on Friday he accused the paper of 'pursuing a vendetta'...
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