Martin Sorrell denies paying for sex worker using funds from WPP

Rebuttal by founder of world’s largest advertising group follows allegations in Wall Street Journal

Sir Martin Sorrell has “strenuously” denied paying for a sex worker using funds from WPP, the company he founded and developed into the world’s largest advertising group.

The remarks follow a report in the Wall Street Journal on Saturday, which claimed one of the matters the investigation into Sorrell had examined was whether he had used company money for a sex worker. The findings of the investigation have never been made public.

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