An investor in Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. has sued in Delaware Chancery Court for corporate documents related to the company’s handling of sexual misconduct allegations against top Google executives and a data breach on the defunct Google+ platform, which reportedly exposed the personal information of nearly 500,000 users.

The lawsuit, made public late Thursday, alleged that there was a “credible basis” to suspect mismanagement at the Mountain View, California-based conglomerate, after a pair of news reports brought the controversies to light last October.

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