Parents of Activision Worker say harassment led to his death

By Vin Gurrieri (March 4, 2022, 11:10 PM EST) – Parents of an Activision Publishing employee who committed suicide during a corporate retirement have filed a lawsuit in state court of California, alleging the video game maker failed to stop him from sexual harassment was a “substantial factor” in his death.

Paul and Janet Moynihan sued Activision Publishing Inc., a subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday, claiming that the company’s failure to protect their daughter, Kerri Moynihan, from sexual harassment by a supervisor and other male colleagues had driven her to suicide.

The parents of a woman who worked for Activision Publishing Inc., a subsidiary of Activision…

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