Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Troubles for the Angel Food Network Deepen

Just yesterday, we posted a story about the lawsuit filed by board members of the Angel Food Network against its Founders, including family members.  Today, The Atlanta Constitution reports that:

Tioni King, now Tioni Barish, alleges in her federal suit filed Friday that Andy Wingo, son of founder Joe Wingo, made numerous physical advances toward her, e-mailed her nude pictures of himself, took her on company trips, gave her $3,550 worth of furniture, cash and a job, and threatened her job and others’ jobs for not accepting his advances in 2007. The nonprofit fired her.

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Her suit also names the nonprofit’s associated businesses, and Joe, Linda and Wesley Wingo, the family that runs the organization.

Edward D. Buckley, King’s Atlanta attorney, said he was unaware he filed the case the same day that two board members of the nonprofit also filed a state suit, trying to bar the four Wingos from the organization’s business.

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Also, the FBI and IRS searched the nonprofit’s offices last month. Agents refused to say what they were looking for, but a statement from Angel Food says the investigation is into “alleged financial irregularities” of individuals there.

Buckley said Tuesday before noon that he did not know if the Wingos were aware of the sexual harassment suit.

For the full story, please click here.


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