New York, NY – A member of the Epic Records staff has denied claims that she is behind the sexual harassment allegations against the label’s former chairman, L.A. Reid.
A recent story published by HipHopOverload says an A&R named Zoe Alicia issued the complaint that forced Reid to step down from his role at Epic. Alicia refuted the article via a post on her Instagram.
“Someone wrote a fake story about me,” she wrote. “Let’s be clear!”
A post shared by Zoë Alicia (@mszoealicia) on May 15, 2017 at 8:09pm PDT
An insider, speaking on the condition of anonymity, reaffirmed to HipHopDX that the “alleged victim was not Zoe” and her name should be refrained from being associated with the ongoing case from this point on.
Alicia works closely with French Montana, who signed with Epic a little over a year ago. She has posted about L.A. Reid on social media in the past, praising his book Sing to Me in December 2015.