The Dallas Mavericks have fired a longtime team photographer who allegedly sexually harassed former female team employees. Allegations surfaced last week about the Mavs photog. 

The firing of photographer Danny Bollinger was first reported by the Dallas Morning News on Monday. The Mavericks’ decision came three days after NBA commissioner Adam Silver said that the league would monitor how the team responded to the allegations against Bollinger.

 Here’s a sampling of what he’s been accused of doing. 

Bollinger  had worked in the Mavericks’ marketing department for more than 18 years, spanning Mark Cuban’s entire ownership. 

A friend of Cuban’s since the 1990s, Bollinger held the title of publishing manager. Must have been a tough morning for Cubes.