MICROSOFT founder Bill Gates was told by two of his top executives to stop sending flirtatious emails to an employee.
The billionaire, 65, had propositioned the woman with “inappropriate” messages in 2007 when he was CEO and married to now ex-wife Melinda.
Billionaire Bill Gates was told by two of his top executives to stop sending flirtatious emails to an employee[/caption]
When discovered, Gates was summoned to a meeting, where he agreed to stop the emails.
Microsoft spokesman Frank Shaw said yesterday: “While flirtatious, they were not overtly sexual, but were deemed to be inappropriate.”
A spokesman for Gates said: “These claims are false, recycled rumors.”
He and Melinda divorced in August, with her claiming the marriage was “irretrievably broken”.
She was also reportedly unhappy with Gates’ one-time friendship with paedo Jeffrey Epstein.
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