Rolling Stone magazine has been criticised for publishing an article that was published on Monday.
The magazine is in the process of being sued by a former employee who claims that he was subjected to an inappropriate and degrading treatment during his time with the magazine.
The article, titled “My life of rape, abuse and murder”, was published by the magazine’s editor, Kurt Andersen.
It describes an affair with a former partner that began when she was a student at the University of California, Los Angeles, and culminated with a violent rape at his home in 2011.
The former employee, who has not been named, told The Irish Mail that he met Andersen at a party at a friend’s house, where he took her back to his home after her break-up with her partner.
“I was just a bit confused,” he said.
“We were talking about our lives and things, and I asked him how he’d done his life, and he was like, ‘I’ve never done my life’.
I just thought that was strange.
I just wasn’t sure if he was talking about me or not.”
He just kept on saying that I’d never done anything.
I was like what?
He was talking to me as if he knew me better than I did.
“It was a very abusive relationship. “
The other thing that happened to me was I had to be on medication for a while, which meant that I couldn’t be with him, so I was not with him in any meaningful way for years,” he explained.
“It was a very abusive relationship.
He was a man who had abused me for so long that I just started to wonder, What happened?
I didn, so it was hard to accept.” “
So it was a real struggle, because I had so much guilt that I didn’t want to be with this person.
I didn, so it was hard to accept.”
The former client described his own relationship with Andersen as “traumatic” and said he was angry at the magazine for publishing the article without his permission.
“Rolling Stone, for me, is about a woman, a victim, a sexual assault survivor.
And they’re just so interested in me, they’re interested in my body, they want to know my secrets, they know my struggles, they don’t want anything to do with me,” he told The Independent.
“What I’m trying to say is that I am not ashamed to have suffered.
I’ve been abused.
I have experienced violence and I’ve seen it all, and yet somehow the Rolling Stone article is still published.”
A spokeswoman for Rolling Stone declined to comment.