Not to make light of sex trafficking, but in this economy, sometimes you have to go the extra mile if you want to stay employed, you know? If you're not going to do it, there are 100 laid off BAC employees who will. Christopher Ruppmann apparently does not see eye to eye with us on this point, which would explain why he's suing former employer Broadreach Group and founder Brian Grover, who allegedly told Ruppmann to have sex with a client.
The client, Kate Mackenzie, is a former member of the US Olympic rowing team, and works at the hedge fund Two Sigma Investments. She did not return calls for comment.
Ruppmann's lawyer, Daniel Kaiser, said he did not believe Mackenzie had any knowledge of the lewd suggestion.
Grover adamantly denied Ruppmann's claims, calling them bizarre.
"That is the most outrageous lie I can possibly imagine," Grover said.