After an embarrassing and embarrassing video of a man in a bathrobe, the CEO of the global beauty company Luxottica, Luca Caporale, was forced to resign.
The video, which was shot on a private beach in the Italian town of Bologna, was caught on a security camera, but Caporales was never arrested.
But after he was caught, he faced accusations of sexual harassment and assault.
Luxottics CEO Luca Correa, who was forced out after being caught on camera in a bikini, says he is sorry.
The CEO of Luxottic, Lucar Caporali, was arrested and faces charges of sexual misconduct and assault against his former employee.
(Reuters) “I want to apologize to the women in my life,” Caporari told the Associated Press on Thursday, according to Reuters.
“I am sorry for the things that happened.
I want to say to them, ‘I am not the one that has done it, I am not responsible.
I am very sorry for it, and I am really sorry.'”
The video that caught Caporarelli in the nude, shot on an open beach in Bolognese, Italy, was leaked to the press and spread around the world.
The video shows Caporola posing with a woman wearing a bathing suit in a white bikini and wearing a necklace around her neck. “
The company is deeply sorry and I offer my sincerest apologies for any hurt that may have been caused.”
The video shows Caporola posing with a woman wearing a bathing suit in a white bikini and wearing a necklace around her neck.
The woman in the bikini appears to be Caporara.
When Caporarrini asks what the women wearing the bikini have to do with his company, the woman says, “I don’t know.”
She then says: “I have nothing to do.”
The woman says the company is going to make a statement in the next couple of days, according and asks for a refund, saying that “he [Caporaria] is going crazy.”
“The only thing that I can say is that I am sorry,” Caporalari said.
Caporaccio said that he did not have a “personal relationship” with the woman.
Caporalarini also said that Luxotticas management did not want him to be interviewed.
Luxotica said it would “fully cooperate” with authorities.
Caporcara, who has been at Luxottis since March 2017, said that his behavior is “a symptom of a bigger problem” at the company.
“It is clear that he is the problem, that he has lost his credibility, that his management is incompetent and he needs to resign,” Caporcarini said.
“We need a new leadership, a new culture.
And I am totally committed to that,” Capora told the AP.
Luxordic was founded in 2004 by Caporaglia and a number of other executives, who had been running the company for the previous decade.
Caporelli, who is still CEO of Cosme in the US, was also ousted last month, after an internal investigation into the video found that he had “violated company policies and practices.”
Luxottices CEO Lucar Correa was arrested in Brescia, Italy.
Caporosini was arrested earlier in the day in Italy and is being held in Brest until September 23, according in the statement released by Luxottice.
In January, Luxottix released a statement that said it had been unable to meet Caporaro’s financial obligations.
“While we are still very sorry to hear of this unfortunate incident, we can assure you that we have been in discussions with the authorities regarding this matter,” the statement said.
Luxornicas CEO Luci Caporolo, who resigned on Thursday after being charged with sexual misconduct, was not arrested.
He is now in a detention facility and will be interviewed later on Thursday.
In June, Luxorettes CEO Luciano De Angelis resigned after being accused of sexual improprieties.
De Angelas has been accused of paying a prostitute $20,000 a month, according a leaked video.
He has denied any wrongdoing.
In February, Luxotics CEO and co-founder Luca Cascia was arrested after an investigation revealed that he paid a prostitute nearly $40,000.
Luxorets chief executive Luca Percivali resigned last month amid allegations that he sexually harassed a female executive.
In December, Luxorts board of directors voted to sack CEO Luciana Bresca, who also faced allegations of sexual assault.
Brescia, a former chief executive of the Italian cosmetics giant Lancôme, was accused of sexually harassing a female employee in 2015, a video showing a woman’s nude body was leaked online and the company later apologized.
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