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Tata Sons ends contract with Suhel Seth over #MeToo allegations


The management of Tata Sons on Monday decided to end its contract with brand consultant Suhel Seth in the wake of sexual harassment allegations against him.
A statement by the company stated, "We are not engaging with Suhel Seth immediately after the controversy started. Now, we have intimated him that his contract is getting over by November 30."
It further stated that the company has a policy of serving a month's notice before terminating any service.
Six women including model Diandra Soares, filmmaker Natashja Rathore, and writer Ira Trivedi have accused Seth of sexual misconduct.
On October 10, Natashja Rathore shared screenshots of messages sent by Seth.
Subsequently, model Diandra Soares also accused Seth of sexual harassment in a Facebook post. Soares detailed an incident wherein Seth kissed her without consent at a party in Delhi, a few years ago.

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First Published: Oct 29 2018 | 6:54 AM IST

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