Tiger Lee Clarke sexual harassment controversy

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Multiple people have accused the ICHC Channel cast and crew of sexual misconduct.

Initial accusations

On March 20, 2018, over 165 women and men associated with Tiger Lee Clarke revealed that she had been sexually harassing them in the workplace and outside working hours, with at least one accusation of rape.

Aftermath

One of the accusers, Mexican-born Dora Fernandez, was humiliated online by ICHC Channel fans after it was discovered she had a past as a member of a feminist music group called The Pussy Hat Players, whose performances included "SJW propaganda" lyrics and misandrist chants.

On March 25, 2018, ICHC Media Group and associated companies filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and liquidation.

On March 28, 2018, Tiger Lee Clarke was granted asylum in Manila, Philippines.

On April 7, 2018, Tiger filed a lawsuit against her accusers and some of her former business partners in a Filipino court for betrayal of his long-standing partnerships and harassment. Tiger won against her accusers.

On April 9, 2018, Tiger Lee Clarke's chief accuser, Alexis Laramie, committed suicide by jumping off the 33 Thomas Street building in Manhattan, New York City. This caused numerous people to protest around ICHC Holdings' headquarters, which was even damaged drastically after some protesters broke in. All of the protestors were arrested in two different waves for violating the "no-protest zone" built around the ICHC headquarters.

On April 15, 2018, Tiger Lee Clarke formed a movement, Tiger's Words, dedicated to helping "reform the world after the events of 2016 and 2017, and to stop politics and activism from invading the entertainment industry for good." It was, for a while, affiliated with the TERF movement.

On May 18, 2018, six of the sexual harassment accusations were debunked by a investigation conducted by CNN. It was discovered accusers Michelle Stainton and Samantha Jones were not working for ICHC Channel at the time the encounters with Tiger Lee Clarke reportedly took place, and an unidentified accuser was revealed to be a internet troll. However, their information were then published by CNN, which resulted in a big backlash, thus launching a group of attacks against CNN's ratings and sponsorships.

On June 5, 2018, Tiger acquired Filipino citizenship in addition to her Singaporean and Canadian dual citizenship.

On June 9, 2018, Tiger sued her remaining accusers in a Singaporean court for fraud, following the reveal that some had lied about the encounters. The lawsuit was won by accuser Danielle Feyrouz, who believed that Tiger "needed to learn about respect for others".

On June 14, 2018, Tiger moved to Singapore. On the same day, she announced she was retiring from the public eye for a indefinite period.

On June 17, 2018, it was announced ICHC's assets would be sold to MTM Enterprises.

On June 28, 2018, Tiger broke her silence, revealing that she was undergoing rehabilitation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

On July 5, 2018, Tiger told reporters that "I am fine, I'm trying to pick up the pieces of my life, and I'm hoping to rebuild my image in an apolitical way."

On July 15, 2018, it was announced Tiger was returning to ICHC Channel due to her good behavior.

On August 28, 2018, all accusations towards Tiger Lee Clarke was retracted after negotiations and a court case, where a lot of evidence pointed out, in half of the occasions where Tiger was supposedly the offender, that another person was the actual offender. Clarke reportedly apologized anyway and promised to combat sexual harassment in KMF Studios. However, due to the ongoing liquidation process, Clarke could not save ICHC Holdings or take part in the process.