Another entertainment executive is impacted by sexual harassment and abuse allegations levied against him.

Superstar Dolly Parton and dozens of others are leaving Webster PR, the country music powerhouse, over allegations against the company’s President and CEO Kirt Webster.

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The firm’s roster once boasted 71 clients, but that number has spiralled down to 37 with most of the departures occurring from Wednesday morning to Thursday morning.

Parton, 71, isn’t the only major star to announce her leave. Kid Rock, Kenny Rogers, Cyndi Lauper, Hank Williams Jr., Kenny G, Billy Ray Cyrus and Kiefer Sutherland are just some of the big names making their exit.

Trouble started for Webster after a little-known country hopeful named Austin Rick made sexual harassment charges against Webster on Facebook. Since then, thirteen former employees alleged misconduct by Webster to The Tennessean.

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The allegations include trading sexually explicit photographs, making unwanted physical contact with employees and using vulgar nicknames during company meetings.

Webster said in a statement on Wednesday he will step away from the firm “to focus on combating the egregious and untrue allegations made against him.” Meanwhile, the firm will continue operating under a new name, Westby Public Relations.