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7 interview on "The National" that she had never heard any allegations that Ghomeshi "punched women." The @bigearsteddy Twitter account contained allegations of punching and choking.Asked whether he shared the tweets with Conway, Boyce said he didn't recall.TORONTO -- A new episode of "The Fifth Estate" takes aim at the internal CBC probe of Jian Ghomeshi, with one "Q" employee saying his faith in the broadcaster has been shaken due to lingering questions about the investigation.CBC's flagship newsmagazine, in a program airing Friday titled "The Unmaking of Jian Ghomeshi," looks at how CBC management handled allegations of sexual violence against Ghomeshi when he was still host of the popular radio program "Q"."That armed with all that information that you had on that weekend, about allegations of assault, about allegations coming from a series of women -- choking, punching -- that there really was no investigation." Boyce replies: "And the majority of allegations that we were aware of involved Mr.Ghomeshi's personal life, they didn't cross over into the workplace." Findlay also questions why CBC Vice-President of English Services Heather Conway said in a Nov.
Management and program leaders were also questioned, he said.
Ghomeshi admitted in a lengthy Facebook post published on Oct. Ghomeshi later showed him a Twitter account with the handle @bigearsteddy that was alleging punching and choking, Coulton says.
26, the day he was dismissed by CBC, that he engaged in "rough sex," but insisted his encounters with women were consensual. The "Q" employee says he carried the disclosures with "great emotional weight," sometimes having "mild panic attacks" on the street.
Findlay questions Boyce as to why 17 "Q" employees say they were not approached by management.
"You understand that this suggests that there really was no investigation," she says.