The family of the Employee of Activision Blizzard who committed suicide on a company trip denounces to the company

Activision Blizzard has been denounced by the unjust death of the employee who committed suicide after being presumably sexually harassed.

As the Wall Street Journal, the family of Kerri Moynihan, the Blizzard employee who was found dead on a business trip in 2017, says that sexual harassment that the victim suffered was a key factor in suicide of her.

The death of Moynihan was one of the many incidents referred to in the complaint by the State of California last year, which accused the company with a toxic work environment, harassment and sexual aggressions within the work environment and racial discrimination and gender.

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The demand from the state of California explicitly mentioned that several male employees of Activision Blizzard had been sending a photograph of the Moynihan vulva in the days prior to her suicide, and referred to a “male supervisor” that supposedly had taken Sex toys on the trip.

According to the new complaint, this supervisor would have maintained sex with the deceased, would have lied on the nature of her’s relationship to the police officers who investigated the case and would have hidden the evidence of her relationship after her suicide.

The complaint also affirms that Activision Blizzard refused to deliver the Moynihan company’s computer to the police after the incident, erased the data from his mobile phone and refused to give access to researchers to his private laptop and mobile.

In a statement to the Wall Street Journal in response to this complaint, Activision Blizzard refuses to speak directly of the accusations, and only points out that “they are deeply saddened by the death of Moyinhan, which was a valued member of the company.”