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San Fran Tech CEO Accused Of Forcing Assistant To Sign ‘Slave Contract,’ Subjecting Her To ‘Unwanted Horror’

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The co-founder of Tradeshift, Christian Lanng, is accused of forcing his former assistant to sign a “slave contract” and subjecting her to years of sexual abuse.

The lawsuit alleges that Lanng inflicted physical pain, rape, and other forms of abuse on the woman.

The assistant claims she was fired when she complained about the contract. (Trending: LeBron James Shares Gun Advice For Americans)

Lanng’s actions included “inflicting physical pain on her by various means, urinating on her and routinely penetrating her person with foreign objects.”

Jane Doe had signed to “always be sexually available for her master when he needs sex and to never refuse him sex even when not wearing the [day] collar,” the contract reads.

“Whenever she sees her master in private for the first time, she is to kneel and ask if there is anything she can do for him,” it added.

“The slave agrees to submit completely to the master in all ways. There are no boundaries of place, time, or situation in which the slave may willfully refuse to obey the directive of the master without risking punishment,” the contract said.

“The slave also agrees that, once entered into the Slavery Contract, their body belongs to their master to be used as seen fit within the guidelines defined herein.”

“All of the slave’s possessions likewise belong to the master, including all assets, finances, online accounts and material goods, to do with as they see fit.”

Tradeshift denies the allegations, while Lanng denies the accusations, stating that their relationship was consensual.

He admits to a “grave error of judgment” in hiring someone he was romantically involved with.

“The claims in this lawsuit are defamatory and not reflective of my past relationship with the plaintiff. The shocking and vile claims in the lawsuit are categorically false, and I reject allegations that I subjected someone to any form of abuse during my tenure as CEO or at any other time of my life,” he said.

“The only details of the salacious complaint against me that are truthful are that the plaintiff and I were in a sexual relationship and that she was once employed at Tradeshift. This relationship, which predated her employment at Tradeshift, ended eight months after she joined the company.”

“In 2014, I made the grave error of judgment to hire someone I was dating and with whom I was engaged in a consensual sexual relationship. While this did not constitute a violation of Tradeshift’s human resources policies, it was irresponsible to employ someone with whom I was romantically involved.”

“I regret the decision. It was a foolish mistake that I will not repeat.”

He also claims that no formal complaint was lodged against him during his tenure.

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