Frank Ratcliffe, ex MD of Telstar Multimedia Distribution (TMD), has inherited the Xclusive range of soft porn software he launched as part of his final settlement with the Telstar Group.
The Oldham based company (formerly known as Thornley Distribution) was killed off by parent group Telstar last month, absorbing TMD into its Enfield distribution business.
Ratcliffe is thought to be unhappy with his treatment by Telstar and is considering legal action against the group.
Daughter Louise, previously marketing and sales director for TMD, and son David are currently sitting out their three month contracts which end 4 June.
TMD's decision to offload the erotica range follows complaints from the rest of the group that Xclusive was tarnishing Telstar's image. The distributor continues to supply The Pleasures of Sex and Vegas Girls.
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