Facebook has deleted the account of a former Facebook employee who lied to her supervisors about a firing she says was retaliation for speaking out about sexual harassment.
The account was deleted by Facebook on Wednesday, a day after the company said it had notified law enforcement and social media companies that it had removed the account.
Facebook said it also removed the Facebook account of an employee who has worked at the company since 2014.
The former employee said she was fired from Facebook in August 2015 after reporting a sexual harassment complaint.
The woman said she had worked for Facebook for about two years, and that she reported the harassment to her supervisor in 2015.
The woman said Facebook said the employee should not have shared the story because the story could have damaged the company’s reputation.
“I was fired because of the false accusations against me,” she said in a statement.
“I was denied the opportunity to receive fair, honest and impartial treatment at work, which is why I did not report the harassment.
This is why the company has now deleted my Facebook account.”
A Facebook spokesperson told CNN that the company had been “fully cooperating with law enforcement” in their investigation into the allegations.
The employee has not spoken publicly about the allegations, but a Facebook spokesperson said in the statement that Facebook has spoken with her.
Facebook did not comment on specific allegations against the employee.
According to the woman, she told Facebook’s senior management that she was a victim of sexual harassment because she told her supervisors that she had had a sexual relationship with another colleague, but that she did not.
The company told her to “stop reporting the harassment and instead focus on work.”
She said Facebook fired her in September 2015 for “conduct unbecoming an employee.”
Facebook said that she violated the company policy by telling her supervisor that she didn’t want to share the information with anyone else.