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The first witness had her credibility heavily attacked by Ghomeshi's lawyer in the high-profile celebrity trial.
Two of the charges have been dropped by the government, but the fired broadcaster will still have to answer allegations from six women.
The report found evidence that Ghomeshi was "emotionally unpredictable" and would play cruel jokes on his employees, make demeaning, inappropriate, and unwanted comments about their appearance, and not credit them for their work.
According to several CBC employees, Jian Ghomeshi's inappropriate behavior was indicative of a culture of unchecked harassment at the CBC.
More details are constantly emerging in the sex scandal that has electrified and horrified the Canadian media, but one thing's for sure: We should have known about Ghomeshi's behavior long before we did.
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