The Recording Academy's CEO, Deborah Dugan, has been suspended since mid-January after complaints by an employee of being mistreated. She also blasted the Grammy's award nomination process and accused one of the top music attorneys out, Joel Katz, of sexual harassment against her. She also labeled the Academy as a "boys club" who protected very powerful men in the organization. On Monday, this all led to her officially being removed from her role in a letter, per CBS. The Academy reached this decision after "two exhaustive, costly independent investigations."