It’s been hard to miss all that has been going on at Activision Blizzard over the last few months. The company has been hit by a lawsuit due to numerous allegations of sexual misconduct, harassment, and toxic work culture. One of these allegations surrounds the death of 32-year-old finance manager Kerri Moynihan, who committed suicide during a work holiday retreat, allegedly due to the environment at the company.
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Now Moynihan’s parents are also suing the company for wrongful death of their daughter, according to a report by The Washington Post. Activision Blizzard responded to the original lawsuit and allegations by claiming many allegations were “distorted” or “false”, going on to state: “We are sickened by the reprehensible conduct of the DFEH (the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, which instigated the initial lawsuit) to drag into the complaint the tragic suicide of an employee whose passing has no bearing whatsoever on this case and with no regard for her grieving family.”