Explosive complaint filed by ousted Grammys boss accuses predecessor of rape that was covered by the Academy
Deborah Dugan alleges Neil Portnow RAPED a ‘foreign’ female recording artist and the company turned a blind eye
Ousted Grammys CEO Deborah Dugan, 61, filed a discrimination complaint against the Recording Academy for gender discrimination and nomination corruption
Dugan, the Grammy’s first female CEO ever, was placed on administrative leave last week after just six months on the job 
She also paints a portrait of systemic sleaze and rigging of the nominations process 
The complaint alleges Grammy nomination process is conducted in secret where people with relationships with artists end up voting for the final candidates
She accused the academy of sexual misconduct, gender discrimination, and conflict of interest in her complaint, filed five days before Grammy Awards 
She claims she was sexually harassed just as she was employed for the job by the company’s top entertainment lawyer Joel Katz
The academy has dismissed her allegations as coming only after shes was placed under investigation by the board
They also allege Dugan had demanded $22million to drop her accusations