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Former WPP CEO Martin Sorrell has responded to allegations that the investigation carried by his company into his actions involved use of company money for a prostitute, which was discussed in a report this weekend in the Wall Street Journal.
“WPP has been advised that it cannot disclose details of the allegations against Sir Martin Sorrell because it is prohibited by data protection law from giving such details,” a WPP spokesman said in a statement. “Sir Martin chose to resign at the conclusion of the investigation by independent legal counsel.”
A spokesman for Sorrell said the former WPP executive is prohibited from discussing the circumstances around his resignation: “Sir Martin signed a non-disclosure agreement when he stepped down which precludes him from discussing any of the circumstances surrounding his departure. He has rigidly adhered to this obligation and will continue to do so,” the spokesman said. “As regards the allegations which have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Sir Martin strenuously denies them. He will be making no further comment at this time.”
In early April, WPP confirmed its board was investigating Sorrell in response to undisclosed alleged “personal misconduct.” The executive said he denied the allegation “unreservedly,” but only weeks later Sorrell stepped down and left the company, leaving many to speculate about the reasons for his sudden departure.