Google exec Ryan Olohan’s shocking claims against executive director Tiffany Miller of “groping for vengeance”

A FORMER Google executive claims he was fired after being groped by a company employee.

Ryan Olohan has claimed that Google employee Tiffany Miller repeatedly harassed him after the incident and worked to get him fired.

Former Google executive Ryan Olohan is suing Tiffany Miller and the company for alleged harassment and unlawful discrimination


Former Google executive Ryan Olohan is suing Tiffany Miller and the company for alleged harassment and unlawful discrimination

In November, Olohan filed a lawsuit against Miller and Google in New York City.

The filing alleges Olohan – who had the seniority of Miller, a middle clerk – was a victim of “sexual harassment, gender discrimination, racial discrimination and retaliation.”

Olohan was Google’s general manager for food, beverage and restaurants, while Miller was director of programmatic media for consumer, government and entertainment.

She now leads the company’s agency partnerships.

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A spokesman for Miller called the lawsuit a “fictional account of events” and described Olohan as a “disgruntled ex-employee.”

They claimed Miller never made any sexual advances towards Olohan, which the spokeswoman said could be corroborated by witnesses.

The situation reportedly began at a Google work event in December 2019, where some employees were reportedly drinking heavily.

“Miller approached Olohan and rubbed his stomach,” the lawsuit says.

It is also alleged that she told Olohan he had “such a beautiful body,” that their marriage lacked “spice,” and that she knew Olohan liked Asian women.

Miller and Olohan’s wife are both of Asian descent.

“Miller’s behavior was extremely uncomfortable for Olohan, and he immediately withdrew from the situation,” the suit reads.

“Later that night, when Olohan suggested to his colleagues that Miller might have been drinking too much, he was told her behavior was ‘Tiffany is just Tiffany.'”

The lawsuit alleges that Olohan reported the incident to a Google Human Resources representative the week after dinner, but no action was taken.

At the time, the lawsuit claimed the representative admitted that Miller often drank too much and that the complaint would be treated more seriously if Olohan was not a white male.

“If the complaint were ‘the other way around’ — a woman accusing a white man of harassment — (it) would certainly escalate,” Olohan alleged in the lawsuit.

The lawsuit later alleges Miller “retaliated” by accusing Olohan of committing “microaggression.”

A human resources rep reportedly told Olohan he had done nothing wrong and that Miller was “fussy.”

The lawsuit also alleges that Miller “drankly reprimanded Olohan while drunk” at another work event in December 2021.

Other employees are said to have reported the incident to HR. Miller eventually apologized to Olohan and admitted she was “very drunk,” according to the lawsuit.

“Although Google was aware that Miller’s ongoing harassment of Olohan was because he had rejected her sexual advances, again nothing was done.”

Afterward, Miller reportedly conspired with another employee to report Olohan to HR for not being “inclusive” enough.

In February 2022, an Olohan department representative said there were “obviously too many white people” on his team, the suit claims.

Two months later, at another work event, Miller allegedly became “visibly drunk” and again berated Olohan in front of her co-workers.

This came before HR representatives encouraged Olohan to limit vacancies on his team to female employees in July 2022, the lawsuit says.

He was also reportedly encouraged to fire a male employee and replace him with a woman.

Olohan was fired in August, the lawsuit says.

“[He]was told his employment was terminated for not being ‘inclusive,'” the lawsuit reads.

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“In response to Olohan’s request during the call for details as to why Google believed he was not inclusive, Google’s Employee Investigations team stated that it had favored performers it considered ‘non-inclusive’ and commented on employees leaving Pace and hustle that it saw as ‘weary’.”

Google, Olohan, and Olohan’s attorney did not immediately respond to The US Sun’s requests for comment. Google exec Ryan Olohan’s shocking claims against executive director Tiffany Miller of “groping for vengeance”


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