Revlon CEO Claims He Can “Smell A Black Person” When They Enter A Room, Lawsuit Alleges (DETAILS)

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Sooo, what exactly does a black person smell like? According to a lawsuit filed by Revlon’s former top scientist, CEO Lorenzo Delpani knows.

Alan Myers was fired from the beauty brand last month, and shortly after, he filed the discrimination suit against Delpani (pictured on the right), claiming he bullied Myers because of Jewish heritage and had it out for him ever since he reported safety issues in Revlon’s production processes, reports the New York Post. In one incident described in the suit, Myers was forced to act as a “human easel” and hold a whiteboard for 30 minutes during a high-level meeting.

Delpani, an Italian native, took the position in 2013, and according to the court papers, has said things like “Jews stick together” and was shocked there weren’t many in the company since the biggest shareholder, Ron Perelman, is Jewish.

He also allegedly called Americans “small-minded” and “dirty,” before going…

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