Arrest report, court docs outline multiple spouse abuse allegations against Seagen founder Clay Siegall
New information has emerged detailing the events that led to the April 23 arrest of Seagen CEO Clay Siegall and a May 2 temporary restraining order against him, according to documents obtained by Endpoints News.
Around 3 a.m. local time on April 23, Siegall’s wife and a witness called police after he allegedly pushed her to the ground, and he was brought to jail hours later on a charge of fourth degree domestic violence gross misdemeanor, per police records from that morning. The records, as well as a restraining order and jail call logs, lay out the allegations against one of the highest-profile CEOs in biotech, who founded Seagen in the late 1990s and has built it into a $22 billion drug developer that led the ADC R&D field. Siegall was also one of the most richly compensated pharma executives in 2021, pulling in $18.1 million.
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