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Ford Fired By Morgan Stanley In Harassment Investigation
A woman who dealt with Ford in a professional capacity, but who isn't an employee of the bank, was interviewed by Morgan Stanley's human resources department in the probe, according to the Huffington Post.
'This simply did not happen. He identified the alleged victim as a news reporter and further expounded on the allegations.
Ford denied the accusation and said that he would "be bringing legal action" against the accuser as well as Morgan Stanley.
'I support and have tremendous respect for the fearless women now speaking out in this important national dialogue. He added that socializing with members of the press was part of his job, he said that "false claims like this undermine the real silence breakers".
No other details are given. She declined to comment further on the move, first reported by the Huffington Post.
She was left "distraught, shocked and frightened" by the incident, an acquaintance said.
She says he continued to ask her out for drinks and only stopped when she asked him to.
Former US Democratic congressman Harold Ford, Jr. was sacked by Morgan Stanley for inappropriate conduct.
Ford joined Morgan Stanley in 2011 as a managing director.
After leaving politics in 2007, he was snapped up by financial firms who wanted to capitalize on his contacts. The company said at the time that he would be responsible for "building business opportunities for clients" as well as managing relationships with corporate directors, senior executives, institutional investors, and private clients.
Ford regularly appears on MSNBC's "Morning Joe", where now-disgraced political reporter Mark Halperin was also a frequent guest. Mark Halperin, another of the show's regular fixtures, was sacked amid accusations of sexual misconduct last month.
A spokeswoman told Reuters on Thursday that Ford had been fired, saying that he was let go for "conduct inconsistent with our values and in violation of our policies".
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