Former senior vice-president of communications and public policy for Uber, Rachel Whetstone, has responded to racism claims, made by Uber's former head of Asian business development, Eric Alexander according to The Times
Ms Whetstone, who is being sued by her former colleague, has issued a strong denial against all of the allegations made against her.
Eric Alexander was fired by Uber in the wake of a passenger being raped by an Uber driver in India. It was discovered that Alexander had obtained the victims medical records after the rape had come to light.
Eric Alexander instructed his legal representatives last week to file a suit against Ms Whetstone.
Mr Alexander has claimed that he was an innocent party who had been on the receiving end of a personal vendetta by Ms Whetstone, after castigating her in public for allegedly making racist remarks.
Rachel Whetstone is no stranger to controversy after questions had been asked regarding her close ties to David Cameron, as well as other members of the Conservative Party, along with links to both The Institute of Economic Affairs and The Adam Smith Institute.