Tvf Molestation(Search results - 5)
16, Jun 2017, 9:43 PM IST
TVF molestation case: Arunabh Kumar steps down as TVF CEO
It all started when a blogpost written by Indian Fowler on Medium surfaced. The Viral Fever refuted it completely and instead threatened to take legal action against the person. However, soon many women came forward with their horrid experiences with Arunabh Kumar, CEO, TVF. Facing allegations of molestation, Arunabh Kumar today stepped down as the CEO of web entertainment channel The Viral Fever (TVF). In a statement posted on his Twitter handle, Kumar said he had decided to quit as he believes the organisation is bigger than the individual.
22, May 2017, 4:16 AM IST
Arunabh Kumar molestation case: He kept brushing his hand on my waist, says woman
In the recent developments around the Arunabh Kumar molestation case, the chargesheet filed against TVF CEO reveals some shocking details, which are backed by WhatsApp screenshots submitted to the MIDC police in the sexual harassment case against him.
17, Mar 2017, 4:49 AM IST
TVF molestation: Over 50 sexual harassment accusations, complaint filed against CEO
The complaint filed is under IPC sections 354, 354-A, 354-D and 509 for "intentionally indulging into various wilful, criminal, vulgar and continuous acts of sexual harassment at workplace coupled with acts of outraging the modesty of women as well as molesting women at the workplace."
15, Mar 2017, 3:16 PM IST
TVF CEO Arunabh Kumar’s 'defence' shows that there will be more girls like the Indian Fowler
Going by TVF CEO Arunabh Kumar's response of being a 'heterosexual male' you can see the MALE privilege shine through. But that is just the beginning of the problems.
15, Mar 2017, 4:16 AM IST
TVF molestation case shows why women don't report sexual harassment
The accusation made by the anonymous post going by the name Indian Fowler is yet to be proven true, but the way it has panned out raises two important questions - a reason why women avoid raising sexual harassment complaints and the need for stringent rules in startup culture. It also shows how some people bear the brunt of supporting the complainant.