|Posted by George Freund on July 23, 2022 at 5:00 PM|
Members of Fellowship of Friends are seen with Burton (left, in pale blue suit) holding a meeting
Kevin Lloyd, 34, was a video producer for Google Developer Studio from 2017 until he was fired in February 2021
Lloyd in August 2021 filed a lawsuit at California Superior Court alleging that he lost his job because he questioned a 'cult' that many of his colleagues joined
Earlier this month Lloyd wrote a Medium post about his time at Google, and his concerns about Fellowship of Friends
Google insist that they are unaware of a person's religious beliefs during hiring; Lloyd says they know about the influence of the cult, but turn a blind eye
An apocalyptic 'cult' led by an eccentric misogynist accused of sexual abuse of young men has taken over a division of Google, a whistleblower has claimed.
Kevin Lloyd, 34, claims that he was fired from his job as a video developer at Google last year because he began questioning the influence of the cult.
In August, Lloyd filed a discrimination case in California Superior Court, alleging he was fired for digging into Fellowship of Friends - a group based in the small Californian town of Oregon House, and whose members made up a large percentage of employees in his division.
'Plaintiff's preliminary research into Oregon House and the Fellowship of Friends described the Fellowship as a destructive cult, with a pedophilic leader who makes false prophecies about the end of the world,' the lawsuit claims.
'Plaintiff became alarmed that Google was involved with and/or financially supporting such an organization.'
Earlier this month, Lloyd wrote a lengthy description of his case on Medium, and spoke to The New York Times - who corroborated many of the lawsuit's claims through interviews with eight current and former employees of the Google business unit.
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