Tristan Coopersmith penned an open letter accusing Walk of "relentless" inappropriate behavior.
Universal Music Group says it intends to conduct a review into allegations of sexual misconduct made against Republic Records Group president Charlie Walk by one of his former employees.
On Monday (Jan. 29), Tristan Coopersmith published an open letter addressed to Walk on the company website of her Southern California wellness studio Life Lab. In it, she details how "motivated and determined" she was when she had been hired by Walk as a 27-year-old trend forecaster to start her own department, but the opportunity came at a cost.
"For a year I shuddered at the idea of being called into your office, where you would stealthily close the door and make lewd comments about my body and share your fantasies of having sex with me," she writes. "I was 27. No previous experience had taught me what to do in such a situation. So I laughed it off, gently reminded you that you were married with children, and tried to change the subject. But you were relentless."