Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price, who once took a $1 million pay cut to pay workers, resigns over abuse allegations

In 2015, Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price made headlines when he announced he was taking a $1 million pay cut so he could pay his employees a $70 minimum pay rate. $000 each.

Now Price is facing allegations of sexual misconduct from his ex-wife and several women he previously dated.

Swimsuit model Kacie Margis claims Price raped her while she slept. She told the New York Times that she was “shaking so much and could barely speak…he looked me straight in the eye and said what I know happened doesn’t matter.” is not produced”.

Margis filed a police report, but Price, who denies the allegation, has not been charged.

Another accuser, artist Shelby Hayne, told “Good Morning America” ​​this week that Price tried to kiss her and grabbed her throat.

“At that moment I saw his eyes and his whole expression completely changed and it really, really terrified me,” Hayne said.

Price pleaded not guilty to assaulting Hayne.

And Price’s ex-wife, Kristie, stood before an audience at a TED talk to say Price was a different person out of the public eye.

“He got mad at me for ignoring him and grabbed me and shook me again. He also threw me to the ground and climbed on top of me. He started giving me punched me in the stomach and slapped me in the face,” Kristie said during the conversation.

Price has now resigned as CEO, telling his employees that his presence had become a distraction. He says all the allegations against him are false.

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