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Sir Philip Green is accused of & # 39; grabby & # 39; behavior by & # 39; up to six female employees & # 39; in a luxury American spa

Sir Philip Green is accused of & # 39; grabby & # 39; behavior by & # 39; up to six female employees & # 39; in a luxury American spa

  • Topshop boss faces four allegations of abuse against 37-year-old Katie Surridge
  • Judi Edelen, 64, says four women have come forward to complain
  • Two of the six women involved are said to still work in the luxury spa

Philip Green is confronted with allegations of grabbing and making sleazy remarks to six female employees at the Canyon Ranch.

The fashion boxer is accused of touching a woman on the treadmill and in the dressing room at the Tucson Arizona luxury spa.

Judi Edelen, 64, who worked there for fourteen years, says that four women made her accusations, but two others also came to other people.

She said she described Sir Philip as & # 39; grabby & # 39; and claimed that he felt their buttocks and & # 39; inappropriate & # 39; language used, The sun reports.

The 67-year-old tycoon faces four indictments of mistreatment after allegedly enchanting 37-year-old Pilates instructor Katie Surridge.

Sir Philip Green (photo) is accused of groping and making inappropriate comments with up to six women at the Canyon Ranch

Pictured: Katie Surridge, one of the alleged victims of Sir Philip Green

Pictured: Katie Surridge, one of the alleged victims of Sir Philip Green

Sir Philip Green (left) is said to have caught or made inappropriate comments for up to six women at Canyong Ranch, including Katie Surridge (right)

He was accused of putting his hand on the bottom of a woman when she used a treadmill that had accusations that arose three months ago.

And a third woman, 30-year-old Jennifer McAmis, said last week that she wore three coats while working at the spa because of the grab.

She says bosses did nothing when she raised her concerns with other employees at the ranch.

Mrs. Edelen says that a woman allegedly subject to groping had a & # 39; boys will be boy & # 39; mentality.

Pictured: the Canyon Ranch luxury spa in which Sir Philip Green would have caught current and former workers

Pictured: the Canyon Ranch luxury spa in which Sir Philip Green would have caught current and former workers

Pictured: the Canyon Ranch luxury spa in which Sir Philip Green would have caught current and former workers

There are two other women working at the ranch, where colleagues & # 39; s have described the hands of Sir Philip as & # 39; octopus-like & # 39 ;.

The retired personal trainer – now living in Mexico – said that Sir Philip liked working with blondes and treating the spa by the spa as & # 39; contemptible & # 39; labeled.

She claims that there was a lack of action because of the amount of money that Green is pumping into the room, where he also has a home of £ 2.3 million.

And she compared his alleged behavior with US President Donald Trump who was once caught bragging about grabbing women by the pu *** & # 39; on the tape.

The former aqua fitness instructor labeled both men and & # 39; entitled & # 39; and suid that they think they can treat people & # 39; like dirt & # 39 ;.

A spokesperson for the spa said Canyon Ranch does not tolerate or tolerate any unauthorized behavior to anyone involved with their brand.

He claims that it has strict policy rules to prohibit such behavior and takes prompt action based on accusations.

Green has denied any mistake.

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