The ousted chief executive of the Recording Academy is leveling new charges against her former employer, alleging her termination was retaliation after she accused a Greenberg Traurig shareholder of sexual harassment.

Deborah Dugan, who was fired Monday, has filed a supplemental complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission accusing the academy of trying to cover up complaints of voting irregularities in the Grammy nomination process.

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