Married Bill Gates Would Frequently Shoot His Shot At Women At Work While At Microsoft According To Report

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  • NY Times report claims Bill Gates would frequently hit on women at work while at Microsoft
  • Wall Street Journal reports Gates was ousted as Microsoft chairman after female staffer claimed she had a sexual relationship with Gates
  • Click HERE for more news on Bill Gates’ divorce

Bill Gates, who is currently getting divorced from his longtime wife Melinda, apparently had no shame and would frequently pursue women at work while he was the chairman of the board at Microsoft despite the fact that he was married.

On Sunday the New York Times released a bombshell report that detailed several examples of how Gates would hit on women at the office.

After attending a presentation in 2006 held by a female Microsoft employee Gates allegedly emailed the woman and asked her out to dinner but also told her “if this makes you uncomfortable, pretend it never happened.” The woman pretended nothing happened and ignored Gates’ offer.

Via NY Times

Another woman claims Gates asked her out to dinner during a business trip to NYC but she reacted to his advances by laughing in his face to avoid responding.

Several current and former employees say that Gates “clumsy” attempts at hitting on women was an open secret in the Microsoft offices.

According to a separate report by the Wall Street Journal, Gates resigned from Microsoft’s board of directors after a female staffer came forward to allege she had a sexual relationship with him.

Apparently, Gates was actually forced out of the board by other directors because they didn’t want a “me too” situation on their hands.

Gates’ relationship with Jeffrey Epstein was also questioned by the directors.

Things aren’t looking good for Gates who is currently going a divorce with over $140 billion at stake.

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