Tinder fires its head of comms, following her participation in a $2 billion lawsuit against Match

Multiple Tinder employees who sued the dating app’s parent company, Match Group, for $2 billion were fired this week, a source close to the employees tells The Verge. Among them is Rosette Pambakian, VP of marketing and communications, who, in the original lawsuit, claimed that former Tinder CEO Greg Blatt sexually assaulted her. Match spokeswoman Justine Sacco wouldn’t confirm the names of the employees affected, but did say a “number” of employees, including Pambakian, were let go because they were “unable to fulfill their job responsibilities.”

The company initially placed these employees on administrative leave in August, which meant they weren’t allowed to work, but continued being paid. Since being fired, Pambakian sent an email to…

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