Pearl Modiadie, a radio and television star whose contract at Metro FM expired a few months ago, has now spoken out about the sexual harassment she allegedly experienced there. Even though she is not naming and shaming, Modiadie, who has been with the station for five years, is no longer holding back!
Modiadie, who co-hosted Lunch with Thomas and Pearl with Thomas Msengena for five years, was allegedly mistreated by one of her station managers, according to a Sunday World article. In meetings, at work events, in work e-mails, and on social media, the former Rhythm City actress claims she was sexually harassed.
According to Sunday World sources, there are e-mails supposedly revealing the manager's exchanges with Metro FM workers and Modiadie.
Report made by Sunday World gave the media personality the courage to confirm the story on social media.
In a tweet that has since gone viral, Modiadie expressed her gratitude to the media for "picking it up," saying she would never have had the confidence to speak up about the sexual harassment she faced at Metro FM if it hadn't been for them.
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