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A month after Adidas severed ties with Kanye West, a group of former employees sent an open letter to the shoe company, claiming it ignored the rapper's bullying and inappropriate behavior.
A report published by Rolling Stone on Tuesday shared excerpts from the letter, along with detailed reminiscences of West's alleged behavior by former employees.
Many former employees recalled an obsession with porn, with some telling stories in which the 45-year-old West showed porn on his phone or computer to employees or job candidates, according to the report.
In addition to the graphic images and videos, the report said there were allegedly multiple occasions when West showed employees -- and in one case a job applicant -- intimate photos and videos of his then-wife Kim Kardashian.
Representatives for Kardashian, 42, and West did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.
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The Rolling Stone synopsis also includes stories of West belittling or bullying employees - and the open letter to Adidas addresses both the porn and the bullying.
"He has exploded in recent years with offensive remarks about women in the room and resorted to sexually disturbing innuendos when providing design feedback," the letter reads, according to Rolling Stone. "This type of response from a brand partner is one that Adidas employees should never be exposed to and Adidas leadership should never tolerate."
The letter, which PEOPLE has not seen, is titled "The Truth About Yeezy: A Call to Action for Adidas Leadership." It also emphasizes the "responsibility, accountability and protection that Adidas has failed to offer its employees through years of verbal abuse, vulgar tirades and bullying attacks."
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Rolling Stone references dozens of former employees throughout the piece - one who recalled "mind games" being played at work - and nearly all of them asked to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation from West or the shoe company.
The magazine's report ends with an excerpt from the letter asking the Yeezy team for a public apology for West's "terrorist behavior."
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"As much as we'd all like to blame Kanye alone," the letter reads, according to Rolling Stone, "the undeniable truth is that the Adidas executive team and board have been great enablers."
In a statement to Rolling Stone, an Adidas spokesman said: "Adidas does not tolerate hate speech and offensive behavior and has therefore terminated its partnership with Adidas Yeezy. We have been and continue to be active in discussions with our employees about the events that led to [sic] our decision to end the partnership. They have our full support and as we work through the details of the termination, it was clear to us that we wanted to retain the talent and skills of our people within the organisation."
Adidas did not respond to PEOPLE's request for further comment.

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