McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships

McDonald's says it's suing Stephen Easterbrook, the CEO it ousted last year over an inappropriate relationship with an employee, alleging Monday that he covered up relationships with other employees and destroyed evidence.

McDonald's fired Easterbrook last November after he acknowledged exchanging videos and text messages with an employee.

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