Air Steward Drops Race Bias Case against F1 Boss Dennis
Byline: Paul Cheston
AN AIR steward who made a string of allegations of racism against Formula One boss Ron Dennis today admitted they were unfounded.
Peter Boland, 27, apologised to the McLaren team chief for making unfounded allegations of racism and homophobia against him as he dropped the case.
Mr Boland released a statement say-ing: I unreservedly apologise to Mr Dennis to the tribunal for wasting their time with what I now realise were unfounded allegations.
In particular, I apologise to Mr Den-nis for suggesting he is, or was, either racist or homophobic, or that he ever made any remarks or performed any actions that would suggest he was. …
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Publication information: Article title: Air Steward Drops Race Bias Case against F1 Boss Dennis. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The Evening Standard (London, England). Publication date: January 13, 2009. Page number: 19. © Not available. COPYRIGHT 2009 Gale Group.
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