Andy Rubin, also known as the “Father” and creator of the mobile operating system “Android”, was asked to resign from Google by co-founder Larry Page in October 2014. The New York Times released a report on October 25, describing how Mr. Rubin was offered an exit package of $90 million that year. This was in spite of investigations by Google into his extra-marital affairs and sexual misconduct, which were concluded as credible.
According to a female employee from Android whom Mr. Rubin was having an affair with, he coerced her into having oral sex with him in a hotel room back in 2013.
Rubin responded to the Times’ report on Twitter, asserting that “these false allegations are part of a smear campaign”.