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Raffaello Follieri Was Reported By His Administrative Assistant

Would You Report Your Boss For a Crime?

New reports indicate that Anne Hathaway's ex-beau Raffaello Follieri was turned in to the FBI by his administrative assistant. A lot of you have jobs that fall under the administrative professionals umbrella, and most people I know could call themselves part of that club at some point or another.

As much as some of the basic responsibilities can be frustrating to the point of exasperation, I'd rather stand at the copy machine for 10 hours straight and spend overtime at the shredder than work for a criminal. Would you have reported your boss if you had something incriminating on your conscience?


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lickety-split lickety-split 8 years
i would and i did. BUT, i knew i was leaving my job because i was getting married, so i had a financial back up. the reality is that people have to support themselves and you can't always afford to do what you know is right immediately. after i reported my boss for writing off loss illegally and promoting 2 women he was sleeping with my job became unbearable. it was odd how everyone bitched about his antics, but when they found out i turned him in I WAS THE BAD GUY! whatever. last i heard he was working at walmart, quite a fall from his 6 figure salary, and his wife of 25 years left him and got the house.
ladychaos ladychaos 8 years
Uh yea, simply because I'm not going down for something they did when I knew about it ahead of time. I would just have to tell my boss that its nothing personal against them, however, I wouldn't want to be involved. Either that or I'd quit.
baybug baybug 8 years
I would have to know for a fact that they were guilty of some crime. I also would give it some thought.
Jude-C Jude-C 8 years
Yeah, I would (as long as I didn't fear for my life, as Calimie points out). Not really out of any moral or ethical reason, but because I wouldn't want to help him hide it, and then he gets caught and I'm an accessory as well.
Calimie Calimie 8 years
I'd say maybe. If it's just something to do with taxes, yes. If I believe it's something darker, I might just flee.
cubadog cubadog 8 years
I said yes. If I knew about criminal activity and did not report it, that would make me just as guilty as my boss.
RosaDilia RosaDilia 8 years
I wouldn't want to lose my job. I would definitely report him/her.
skigurl skigurl 8 years
it's a tough call. i wouldn't want to lose my job, to be honest.
Jyramiah Jyramiah 8 years
You know, I really couldn't tell ya. But if they paid me a lovely amount, I totally would keep hush hush. Bribery. Gotta love it.
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
that's a really tricky one. i would like to say YES YES YES but i don't know if i would. i chose maybe cause i think that i would need to have more information and to know that i'm not the only person that suspected wrong-doing. i was an admin once and not that my boss did anything illegal, he did shady things all the time and i wanted to tell someone but it wasn't something that i really felt comfortable blabbing on.
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