Just to be clear regarding this. Chances are Funi is not going to immediately fire Monica and Jamie. They still voice some popular characters from ongoing series. For example Monica voices the horribly annoying frog girl from My Hero Academia (which I am not sure is Funis?) They studios will let those play out to their full runs. They aren't going to make waves. And they certainly don't want to trigger weebpocalypse 2.0. So they'll keep them going... and slowly and steadily give all the new stuff to other people until they are quietly rid of the raging menopausal harpies and their legions of lies, without anybody noticing. Funi's biggest problem with Vic is they were too fucking stupid to do this.No, because Sony will never ever want to be in a situation like this again. Vic might get rehired as good PR but Rial * and Marchi as well because of her stupidity in trying to dodge the process server * are going to be radioactive by the time this is done. No company is going to want to hire someone that caused their former employer to lose over a million dollars and no one but the most insane kool-aid drinking ideologue is going to want to work with a complete psychopath who tried to destroy her co-worker's life purely because she's a vindictive cunt.
And after her Kamehacon stunt I wouldn't be surprised if she ends up blacklisted from the convention scene like that other nutbar AWL.
She'll be lucky if she gets bit roles in some SJW's passion project but her days of being attached to anything notable will be over.
Is it realistic? Yes. Why do you think Ty Beard agreed to give Funi extra time to respond? As to who it would cover? Funimation and it's management. And likely the Sony HR lady that actually fired Vic. Who wouldn't it cover? Any of the contractors. Marchi, MoRonica, anybody else that gets dragged in. And don't think any Sony/Funimation settlement would be cheap. It will be cost effective by Sony's standards. But it would be a big payout. It would also almost certainly involve Funimation and Sony flipping all of their HR records and related communications over to BHBH for use against any other players. What will almost certainly trigger Sony demanding to Funi that it all gets settled quickly and quietly is if an internal review by legal finds any irregularities in the original investigation and HR actions. Things like, it failed to follow the published and required Texas state requirements for such investigations. It failed to notice that all the accusers lived with RonRon. It failed to notice that the accusers and RonRon were using the investigation as part of a racketeering scam to drive Vic out of the Cons. That sort of thing.So realistically what are the odds Sony steps in and just tries to make this go away with a settlement of some sort? Who would it cover? Would others not connected to Sony still be held accountable? Or would would the entire case be dropped considering the "main players" are out of the picture?
Because it would really irk me if people virtually "got away with" this sort of thing because woke Cali Tech has their backs for when they try to destroy peoples careers over "problematic" stuff and it turns out they have legal defense and evidence.
Make no mistake, those texts that Nick revealed last night are starting to leave the realm of civil lawsuit and starting to dance dangerously close to State and Federal Criminal matter. You don't do that shit. You can't legally do that shit. (and when you do do that shit you sure as fuck don't write it down or leave a permanent electronic trail!) . Yeah it seems small potatoes, but follow the trail. We see the pattern and timeline of Kamehacon. If that repeats itself at other cons? And if that same pattern is seen with non Texas cons? There is a very very fine line there between arrogant stupidity and arrogant criminality. We may be seeing the first signs of it crossing into that. And if it crossed state lines? oof!
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