Snapchat fires two executives after one alleged sexual misconduct

7 month ago

"The Wall Street Journal" reported that "Snape" recently launched executives after alleging that there was an inappropriate relationship with a contractor.

An external investigation revealed that Snape's chief of public security, Francis Racioppi, had fired the contractor after the end of their relationship. The newspaper attributed the news to people whose names were not mentioned. Racioppi, the head of human resources, was asked to leave the company after the investigation.

The firings follow a series of altitude departures from Snap. Chief Financial Officer Tim Stone left earlier this week after less than a year of experience with the company.

Snap, Inc, based in Los Angeles, did not comment on the magazine's report. Senior managers cannot be contacted for comment. The newspaper quotes recipe for denying an error.