A former sales executive for Spotify alleges in a gender discrimination suit filed in Manhattan that the streaming music giant tolerates bias against women and gives favorable treatment to male employees—of whom some, she says, took part in “boys’ trips” with co-workers to strip clubs and film festivals.

Hong Perez, a former sales executive who began working with Spotify in 2015 and says she received positive reviews on her job performance during her tenure, said during her time with the company she became increasingly concerned about its culture with regard to how women are treated.

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