The seemingly never ending story about the false #metoo accusations against our dear Chris Avellone has finally come to an end. See this topic and this for our previous coverage. In a joint statement the instigators together with the innocently accused comes to this conclusion: Chris Avellone is also set to receive a seven-figure payment even though those low income women probably never ever will be able to pay that. The good natured Chris Avelllone showed himself to be the bigger man by concluding the statement thus: Kotaku, a fake news media outlet, that spread the fake rumours back in 2020 without asking the accusers any critical question has had to update their lying piece. It now includes the sentence: The title of the article is still misleading though as it makes you think there are still multiple women left who have not retracted their stories. The readiness from gaming media to spread false rumours instead of doing investigating journalism is one of the biggest take-aways from this whole debacle. One of the few honest journalists during this was Erik Kain on Forbes. Nichegamer also did honest work. That most companies are ready to throw a partner under the bus as to avoid negative press is also interesting and sad. However not all companies did that, the developer behind Alaloth stood firm during the entire process. Let's hope the gaming industry accepts Chris Avellone back into their fold now and that he gets to work on many rewarding projects in the years to come!