“Christian Horner is taking legal action against ‘De Telegraaf’ after new reporting” – F1journaal.be

“Christian Horner is taking legal action against ‘De Telegraaf’ after new reporting” – F1journaal.be
“Christian Horner is taking legal action against ‘De Telegraaf’ after new reporting” – F1journaal.be
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According to the German ‘Motorsport-Total’, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner would take legal action against the Dutch news medium following new reporting by ‘De Telegraaf’.

Yesterday, ‘De Telegraaf’ reported new details in the investigation into Red Bull team boss Christian Horner. According to ‘De Telegraaf’, there was ‘sexual misconduct’ and Horner is said to have proposed a settlement of 650,000 British pounds, which was refused by the opposing party.

‘De Telegraaf’ is said to have looked at app traffic and according to ‘Motorsport-Total’ it would not have just come up with the story without first being sure of its case and fine-tuning everything legally. The new reporting once again caused quite a commotion and of course the article also came to the attention of Christian Horner, who allegedly took legal action. The big question now is how to proceed with this whole matter.

After all, Christian Horner was extensively interrogated a week ago by an external lawyer and given his presence at the presentation of the Red Bull RB20, Horner seems to have sufficient support for the time being to remain in his post. The question, however, is whether he will survive this situation as team boss of Red Bull.

The article is in Dutch

Tags: Christian Horner legal action Telegraaf reporting F1journaal .be

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