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A few days later, Travel Weekly retracted the complimentary article about Veitch.Veitch then sued Sheehan and NCL alleging defamation, as well as breach of contract, claiming that his former cruise line and its new CEO allegedly cheated him out of revenue sharing.The overblown 187-page lawsuit which you can review here is, in my opinion, a rather fascinating insight into the hurt-feelings and out-of-control personalities of two multi-millionaire former NCL cruise executives. Sheehan and NCL asked the court to strike what they characterized as "immaterial, impertinent and scandalous" allegations.The lawsuit which Veitch filed against Sheehan included allegations which have been characterized by the Skift travel publication as "incendiary" accusations that Mr. The bitter personal allegations between these two former cruise executives arise from a nasty dispute between two very wealthy former cruise executives. Veitch resigned from NCL's parent company, Star Cruises, he reportedly received ,000,000 as part of a severance package.The old boiler had "extensive fatigue cracking" and deteriorated materials that weakened the metal and caused it to rupture under pressure.
Local police boarded the ship and arrested the two officers who reportedly had 0,000 in cash with them.Sheehan also received a severance package from NCL in 2015 after it terminated his employment, totaling ,400,000.The many articles written by trade publications and major newspapers in Miami.Sheehan then sent an email to Travel Weekly mocking the article and criticizing Veitch.The Miami Herald reported at the time, quoting the lawsuit allegations, that Sheehan sent a “vindictive, false and defamatory” email to Travel Weekly which eventually published.