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China’s #MeToo Victims Face Abuse, Payback for Going Public

China’s #MeToo Victims Face Abuse, Payback for Going Public

From: AP

Human resources and upper management wouldn’t deal with her accusation of sexual assault, a former employee of Alibaba said. So she went into the busy cafeteria at the Chinese e-commerce giant’s headquarters and screamed out her plight.

Now she’s facing online harassment, accusations of lying from the wives of the two men she accused and a defamation lawsuit from a Alibaba vice president who was forced to resign. And, she revealed recently, the company fired her.

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