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Red Bull suspend woman who accused Christian Horner of inappropriate behaviour

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Red Bull suspend woman who accused Christian Horner of inappropriate behaviour

The woman who accused team principal Christian Horner of inappropriate behaviour has been suspended by Red Bull.

Allegations of inappropriate and controlling behaviour had been made against the 50-year-old, which he denied.

After an internal investigation, Red Bull’s board dismissed the complaint last week.

“The company cannot comment on this internal matter,” a spokesperson said.

A day after Red Bull dismissed the complaint, an anonymous email including messages purporting to involve Horner were leaked.

Speaking at last week’s Bahrain Grand Prix, Horner refused to say whether the messages leaked were genuine.

Red Bull have refused to release the name of the lawyer involved in the independent investigation or give any further details about the report that was compiled or how they reached their decision.

After dismissing the complaint, Red Bull said “the complainant has a right of appeal”.

Horner has been Red Bull team principal since they first started on the F1 grid in 2005 and has gone on to win seven drivers’ championships and six constructors’ championships with the team.

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