Former WFT employees say team offered payment for public silence on alleged sexual harassment

Oct 13, 2021

As the Washington Football Team continues to juggle a litany of scandals, some of its most prominent accusers say the team offered a financial settlement in exchange for their public silence.

Emily Applegate and Megan Imbert, two of Washington's many workplace misconduct accusers, told The Washington Post that lawyers for the team offered a payment in February in exchange for signing nondisclosure agreements and agreeing to stop doing news interviews and posting on social media about their experiences.

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