‘Like a Caligula orgy’: Seven Oxfam aid workers were forced out after ‘holding sex parties with prostitutes in earthquake-hit Haiti’

Senior aid workers for one of Britain’s biggest charities were accused of paying survivors of the Haiti earthquake for sex.

Three Oxfam employees were allowed to resign and four were sacked for gross misconduct after an internal investigation found some workers had used prostitutes in the war-torn region.

The former director in the country was also accused of inviting prostitutes to his flat rented by Oxfam, according to a leaked report seen by the Times.

Oxfam was also accused of covering up evidence as the Charity Commission said it had never been shown the specific allegations of sexual abuse mentioned in the 2011 investigation report.

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