Dec 9, 2022
The U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee released a 79-page report on Thursday, alleging the NFL and the Washington Commanders covered up decades of sexual misconduct.
The Congressional lawmakers’ report came amid accusations against Commanders team owner Dan Snyder of fostering a toxic workplace environment and brush of sexual assault allegations while the NFL failed to enforce proper standards in the matter. Lawmakers said in a news release the league knew what was going on within the Commanders’ organization and "aligned its legal interests" with them.
The committee said the investigation found that "sexual harassment, bullying and other toxic conduct pervaded" the Commanders' organization, "perpetuated by a culture of fear instilled" by Snyder.
Source: Fox News