DJ Tim Westwood exits radio show after sexual misconduct claimson April 27, 2022 at 2:45 pm

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Westwood steps down from his Capital Xtra show “until further notice” after sexual misconduct claims.

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Tim Westwood has stepped down from his Capital Xtra radio show “until further notice” after sexual misconduct claims, the station’s parent company has said.

The British hip-hop DJ’s exit follows allegations of predatory sexual behaviour and touching from seven women.

“Following the claims that have recently come to light, Tim Westwood has stepped down from his show until further notice,” a statement from Global said on Wednesday.

Westwood strenuously denies the claims.

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