EXCLUSIVE INVESTIGATION – PART THREE: Having been kicked out of two offices and then their own websites, the owners of Australia’s largest LGBTIQ media group, Evo Media, can now claim a dubious hat-trick of sorts after being locked out of their recently purchased Woolloomooloo cafe for failing to pay rent as authorities get ready to swoop.
EXCLUSIVE INVESTIGATION – UPDATE: More people have come forward alleging “shonky” rorts taking place across queer media outlets, with Evo Media now in damage control as its banned company director sends intimidatory late-night legal threats to employees who spoke out to True Crime News Weekly. Our editor, Serkan Ozturk, digs deeper into the growing scandal.
EXCLUSIVE INVESTIGATION: Australia’s largest LGBTIQ publishing house Evo Media has been labelled a “sham company” allegedly engaging in widespread “fraud” against employees and advertisers while being criminally operated by a banned company director. That’s according to current and recent senior staff members who are owed hundreds of thousands of dollars in superannuation and entitlements and feel let down by corporate regulators like the ATO and ASIC.
He was the “star” tabloid reporter who appeared regularly on television screens and was known to audiences for having “doggedly pursued child sex offenders”. But A Current Affair reporter, Ben McCormack, now finds himself right alongside the perps he once chased with camera in tow having been arrested over child abuse material.