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MrBeast is being charged with bullying by former employees

Jimmy “MrBeast” Donaldson was accused by former employees of bullying and creating a toxic work environment. In 2021, MrBeast will be one of the greatest internet personalities in the world. With nearly 62 million subscribers on YouTube, every video MrBeast uploads - from giving away absurd amounts of money to lively funerals - goes viral. However, according to more than one former employee of the YouTube star, building that reputation comes at a cost.

The allegations come from a new report by the New York Times that conducted interviews with several former MrBeast employees. In particular, the publication spoke to 11 different people working under Donaldson. Speaking to the New York Times, these former employees claimed that while the YouTube star is generous, as many of his nonprofit videos convey, his off-camera behavior was completely different and created a "difficult work environment."

Add to this reports from editors who have worked for YouTubers, such as Matt Turner, who was with MrBeast from February 2018 to September 2019, claiming he was cursed by MrBeast almost every day with insults that made him cry.

Echoing Turner's allegations is another editor, Nate Anderson, who worked for MrBeast in 2018 and resigned after just one week due to “unreasonable demands” by MrBeast, who, according to Anderson, is a “perfectionist”.

“Nothing ever worked for him. He always wanted it a certain way, ”said Anderson.

In the past, MrBeast has responded to claims made by Turner and others, but so far he has not commented on this new New York Times report. If this changes, we will be sure to update the story accordingly.

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