'Frat-Boy' Exec

LA Times Publisher Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Current Los Angeles Times publisher and media exec veteran Ross Levinsohn was a defendant in two different sexual-harassment lawsuits and has a history of "questionable" actions and behavior towards female colleagues over the past two decades, NPR reported Thursday. The accusations include rating women in the workplace by “hotness,” aggressively kissing a woman in front of his colleagues and clients while he was married, and creating an overall “frat-house environment.”