And to bring an end to the nightmare.” Asked to respond to the Facebook post on Sunday night, CBC spokesman Chuck Thompson declined to comment, citing privacy policies and “the pending lawsuit from Jian Ghomeshi.” “Whenever a decision is made to end employment with an employee, for privacy, terms of separation are never disclosed,” said Thompson. “The CBC is saddened to announce its relationship with Jian Ghomeshi has come to an end,” read a brief statement posted online.
Radio host and author Jian Ghomeshi looks through records at Neurotica Records in Toronto. “This decision was not made without serious deliberation and careful consideration.
She found some sympathetic ears by painting herself as a victim and turned this into a campaign.
The writer boldly started contacting my friends, acquaintances and even work colleagues – all of whom came to me to tell me this was happening and all of whom recognized it as a trumped up way to attack me and undermine my reputation.
But with me bringing it to light, in the coming days you will prospectively hear about how I engage in all kinds of unsavoury aggressive acts in the bedroom.
And the implication may be made that this happens non-consensually. But it will be salacious gossip in a world driven by a hunger for “scandal”.
We saw each other on and off over the period of a year and began engaging in adventurous forms of sex that included role-play, dominance and submission.It came to light that a woman had begun anonymously reaching out to people that I had dated (via Facebook) to tell them she had been a victim of abusive relations with me.