Cherry Brook Zoo alleges former director practised ‘dishonesty’

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Documents filed in a wrongful dismissal suit shed more light on the fractured relationship between the Cherry Brook Zoo’s former chief administrative director, Leonard Collrin, and the facility’s board of directors.

Unjust dismissal, defamation and damage to property

The organization recently filed a statement of defence to allegations made in a suit launched by Collrin alleging unjust dismissal, defamation and damage to property. In its statement of defence the zoo says Collrin and his wife Lynda Collrin “knowingly submitted expense reports for charges and cash advances on their credit cards for purchases that were not reimbursable expenses.”

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