Friday December 6, 2019

Smurfit: ‘I never saw Philip Green misbehave in Monaco’

Green, who is facing calls to have his knighthood revoked, was named last week in the British House of Lords as the businessman at the centre of abuse accusations by five employees

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Philip Green, the owner of Topshop, with models Suki Waterhouse, Kate Moss, Cara Delavigne, Sienna Miller and Naomi Campbell Pic: Getty

Dr Michael Smurfit has said that he never saw the controversial English businessman Philip Green engaging in inappropriate behaviour whenever they met each other in Monaco.

Green, who is facing calls to have his knighthood revoked, was named last week in the British House of Lords as the businessman at the centre of abuse accusations by five employees.

Smurfit, one of Ireland’s most respected business leaders, told The Sunday Business Post: “Philip is a well-known...

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