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Holzwarth, a 27-year-old concert violinist who split up with Kalanick last summer, says she and Uber’s CEO left the bar about an hour later.
But that was after other men in the group picked out women to go downstairs and “sit with” in private rooms, Holzwarth said, adding that she didn’t know what happened afterward.
A spokeswoman for Uber told The Information: "This all happened nearly three years ago.
It was previously reported to human resources and in early March was referred to Tammy Albarran and Eric Holder," who are leading an investigation into Uber's workplace culture.
“Four male Uber managers picked women out of the group, calling out their numbers, and sat with them,” according to Holzwarth, the site reported over the weekend.In the opposite case of women paying men, it is called gyaku-enjo-kōsai The nature of enjo-kōsai is heavily contested within Japan.The most common connotation is that it is a form of child prostitution whereby participating girls sell their bodies in exchange for designer goods or money.Uncomfortable, a female marketing manager, who was part of the group, left after a couple of minutes, while Holzwarth and Kalanick left after an hour.The manager later complained to the company’s HR department, noting in the exchange that “[I]t made me feel horrible as a girl (seeing those girls with number tags and being called out is really degrading).” In another exchange to Holzwarth, the manager noted that she didn’t realize what was going on until they “got into that room.” According to Following a blog post by a former employee that highlighted the company’s sexist workplace culture, Uber’s senior VP of business Emil Michael reached out to Holzwarth, who has since left the company.