The founder of Papa John’s sued the company after resigning twitter / Prt Scr
Washington, July 27th. The founder of the American network of pizzerias Papa John’s John Schnatter sued the company after his resignation as chairman of the board of directors, CNN reported.
Previously, a scandal broke out after the media leaked information that Schnatter used racist remarks at a private meeting in May. Later, he apologized, but later was forced to resign from the company.
Schnatter explained that he pronounced these words as an example of what others say, while he himself would never use them. In addition, he believes that other members of the board of directors could collude against him.
According to the publication, Schnatter sued the company, claiming that he was treated badly after the scandal. He requires the company to provide him with all the documents and records related to his dismissal for study. The company called the decision of Schnatter to sue “an unnecessary and useless” step.