The Lad, the author of the award-winning children’s novel, the witcher and fantasy books, and the novels The Wizard and the Witch, is defending himself against allegations that he abused his position as the former publisher of The Daily Telegraph.

The publication of The Diary of a Wimpy Kid and The Goblet of Fire were suspended by publisher Simon & Schuster in 2014 after a woman, who had worked for him for decades, accused him of rape, and he had been accused of sexual harassment by several other women.

The allegations were dismissed by the publisher and Goghin told the New York Times on Friday that the accusations against him were false.

“The whole thing is a huge fabrication, I have no knowledge of any sexual harassment,” he said.

“It’s a massive smear campaign and I’ve got nothing to do with it whatsoever.

I didn’t have anything to do.

Simon & Schusters publisher Simon Goghis response to allegations against the publisher read: “We have not received any information that this allegation is accurate, and Simon & SCHUSTERS has not received it in response to our initial inquiry.””

He never sexually harassed anyone.”

Simon & Schusters publisher Simon Goghis response to allegations against the publisher read: “We have not received any information that this allegation is accurate, and Simon & SCHUSTERS has not received it in response to our initial inquiry.”

Simon Gogh, the former editor of The Telegraph and The Daily Mail, speaks to The Independent about allegations of sexual misconduct against him.

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