Republic Data honcho and ‘The 4‘ decide Charlie Walk statements he was getting extorted before an ex-personnel accused him of sexual misconduct, and states he has a voicemail to demonstrate it.
TMZ has obtained a voicemail a resource shut to Charlie statements was remaining by radio exec Tom Gilligan. The caller, who seems drunk, features Charlie a “offer” — resign from ‘The Four’ and Republic and “no one will ever say something.” He claimed Walk employed hookers, and 3 gals have been ready to go general public as part of the #MeToo motion.
Gilligan tells us he won’t recall leaving a voicemail for Walk, but does acknowledge he was drunk and upset with him all-around the exact time. He statements Charlie had disregarded his request to established up a satisfy-and-greet with Jon Bon Jovi.
Though the concept was remaining about a thirty day period before Tristan Coopersmith went general public with allegations against Walk — Gilligan insists he has nothing at all to do with her or an extortion plot. As we claimed … Walk pulled out of ‘The Four’ finale, airing this 7 days.
Walk’s attorney, Duncan Levin, states they’ve submitted a grievance about Gilligan with the Manhattan D.A.’s place of work and submitted the voicemail as proof.