More than 70 women working on British-owned tea farms have told the BBC they have been sexually abused by their supervisors in Kenya.
The BBC sent an undercover reporter Katy – not her real name – to work on two plantations to gather evidence.
Hidden cameras captured Katy being sexually harassed by a recruiter for Scottish-company James Finlay & Co, called John Chebochok (as seen in the video).
James Finlay & Co says Mr Chebochok was immediately suspended after the BBC contacted the company.
Mr Chebochok did not respond to the allegations against him.
James Finlay & Co says it is now investigating whether its Kenyan operation has “an endemic issue with sexual violence”.
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