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"They're getting paid to get users to download this application," Haley speculates.
In the lead-up to the incident, Fling — which raised million (£17 million) from investors — had become inundated with explicit photos.
Built by a London startup called Unii, Fling allowed people to send photos and videos to strangers around the world.
The atmosphere was tense and Nardone was furious, three former employees said, because his COO, Emerson Osmond, had gone behind his back.
Specifically, he was angry because Osmond had told Nardone's assistant not to order tents for the office that would allow staff to sleep by their desks and work around the clock to get Fling back onto the App Store, a former employee told Business Insider.