Vox Media Editorial Director Fired For Sexual Harassment

Breitbart:

Lockhart Steele, Vox Media’s editorial director, has been “terminated effective immediately” after a former employee accused him of sexual harassment.

“Lockhart Steele was terminated effective immediately,” CEO Jim Bankoff told staff in a memo on Thursday, according to The Awl. “Lockhart admitted engaging in conduct that is inconsistent with our core values and is not tolerated at Vox Media.

Vox Media is committed to fostering a safe and welcoming community, and appreciates those who have been willing to speak up and share information during the course of this investigation,” the memo reportedly said.

Steel — who was managing editor at the now-defunct far-left Gawker Media — was reportedly the subject of a Medium post published last week, in which former Vox Media web developer Eden Rohatensky detailed alleged sexual misconduct by several employees at the company.

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7 Comments on Vox Media Editorial Director Fired For Sexual Harassment

  1. Wow, I am sure the low life scum bag deserved it But, but, but he was fired after someone “ACCUSED” him! It would now seem that any woman can charge any man at any time about anything and he is toast based simply on the charge!

  2. Cool name, though. “Hi, I’m Lockhart Steele. With a name like mine, I don’t suppose you’d mind if I grabbed you by the hoo-hah, would you?”

    😉

  3. ““Lockhart admitted engaging in conduct that is inconsistent with our core values and is not tolerated at Vox Media.”

    Lockhart reportedly asked a fellow employee to play army with him. Lockhart stripped naked and laid down on the floor and asked his work mate to blow the hell out of him.

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