Six ex-eBay employees are charged with harassing a couple who was critical of the auction site in their newsletter.
The six sent cockroaches to their address, among other things, the CEO was also partly aware.
The case reads as if she is almost impossible to come up with. The six accused launched a smear campaign against a couple who had their own newsletter targeting online sellers.
They were critical of eBay at times, and that bumped some employees.
The six included members of the eBay security team, including some high-profile executives such as James Baugh, then senior director of Safety & Security, and David Harville, then director of global resiliency.
The couple was sent anonymously of the six different cases ranging from porn, Halloween masks from a bloodied pig’s head, boxes with live cockroaches and spiders, funeral wreaths and even a pig’s fetus, although the latter never arrived.