(CNBC) Attorneys in San Francisco representing a Google shareholder are suing Alphabet’s board of directors for allegedly covering up sexual misconduct claims against top executives.

The suit comes months after an explosive New York Times’ report detailed how Google shielded executives accused of sexual misconduct, either by keeping them on staff or allowing them amicable departures. For example, Google reportedly paid Android leader Andy Rubin a $90 million exit package, despite asking for his resignation after finding sexual misconduct claims against him credible. Similarly, Amit Singhal, was allowed to quietly resign after sexual misconduct claims were made against him, too.

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