Heather Parry has resigned from Live Nation Productions following the company’s internal investigation into allegations of verbal abuse and workplace bullying.
According to Variety reports several of Parry’s former employees outlined allegations of abuse, with one employee calling her an “emotional terrorist,” while another accused her of using the words “f–got,” “c–t,” and saying, “Black people, you can’t count on them for anything.”
Also, a former assistant said Parry threw a bulky iPhone charger at her.
Well, the producer of Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s A Star Is Born, denied all the accusations. However, she has stepped down from her position as president, and this comes almost two months after she was placed on leave from the company in December.
A source at Live Nation told Billboard that an internal investigation did not confirm allegations that Parry had used racist or homophobic language, but the investigation allegedly did show that her conduct did not meet the company’s “expectation of leadership.”