Updated on 30 June 2014
Mr Mark Reilly, who is separated from his wife, is said to have been filmed in his flat in Shanghai, getting intimate with a Chinese lady
Singapore: In what has been dubbed as the biggest corruption scandal to implicate a foreign company in China, the GlaxoSmithKline case has now come out in the open again.
The company is said to have confirmed the existence of sex tape featuring Mr Mark Reilly, who is at the center of China's allegations of corruption against the world's sixth largest company.
Mr Reilly, the former head of GSK in China who is separated from his wife, is said to have been filmed in his flat in Shanghai, getting intimate with a Chinese lady.
Reports have added that it was this video that had sparked the investigations into the company's activities in the first place. The British drug maker has even confirmed the existence of this footage.
A report quoted that the video was sent by email to senior GSK executives on March 16 last year, in an apparent blackmail attempt. Sir Andrew Witty, the chief executive of GSK too was among the top managers who received the footage from unidentified sources.