The former CFO and COO of Marc Jacobs International, Patrice Lataillade, is suing the company, along with president Robert Duffy and parent firm LVMH, according to the NY Post.
Marc Jacobs, the designer, was not named in the suit. Lataillade, who was fired in September, is accusing Duffy of using company money to pay for personal expenses, making employees look at gay pornography, and the production of an MJI book comprised of photographs of employees in sexual positions.
Lataillade says he was fired from the company because he retaliated against Duffy.
LVMH told WWD that Lataillade was fired for "serious matters unrelated to the allegations."
Interestingly enough, this brings us back to another disgruntled employee: the intern who recently hijacked Marc Jacobs International's Twitter account, calling Duffy a tyrant.