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Report: Snyder had role in toxic culture

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WASHINGTON (AP) The Washington Commanders created a "toxic work culture" for more than two decades, "ignoring and downplaying sexual misconduct" and what former female employees described as hundreds of instances of sexual harassment by men at the top levels of the organization, according to a report published Thursday by the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.

The misconduct included Commanders owner Dan Snyder, who is accused of inappropriately touching a former employee at a dinner, having staffers produce a video "of sexually suggestive footage of cheerleaders" and ordering that women auditioning to be cheerleaders walk on the field "while he and his friends gawked from his suite through binoculars," according to the report.

The House committee opened its investigation in October 2021 after the NFL did not release a written report of its review of the team's workplace culture. The league's independent review by attorney Beth Wilkinson was completed in summer 2021 and resulted in a $10 million fine to the team.


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