Sir Philip Green forced out of Simon Cowell's business as famous friend abandons Topshop tycoon in wake of NDA scandal

Sir Philip Inexperienced has been pressured out of Simon Cowell’s leisure industry within the wake of the scandal surrounding the Topshop multi-millionaire over his use of non-disclosure agreements.

Simon Cowell is assumed to have spent £10m purchasing out Sir Philip’s stocks in his corporate, Syco Leisure.

The X Issue pass judgement on has purchased out the 5% stake Sir Philip held in Syco Leisure, The Reflect reported.

The Day by day Telegraph published {that a} businessman had used non-disclosure agreements and paid out “considerable sums” to silence former staff over sexual harassment, racial abuse, bullying and intimidation allegations.

The Telegraph has been issued with an injunction this means that it can not submit any of the main points of those instances or the precise quantities paid out.

Sir Philip was once not too long ago named in parliament through Lord Peter Hain because the businessman in the back of the non-disclosure agreements.

This week a former Topshop supervisor accused the businessman of sexual harassment.

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