It seemed for a time like Uber was untouchable. That idea has been changing lately in the wake of some very negative press, including reports of a former staffer鈥檚 claim of sexual assault at work. But the latest controversy surrounding the tech giant鈥檚 head office might be what finally convinces you to quit the app once and for all (if you haven鈥檛 already).

In a newly leaked party memo from 2013, Uber鈥檚 CEO Travis Kalanick apparently gave employees explicit instructions on sexual engagements during a party the company was hosting in Miami to celebrate its early success.

While the first part of the 鈥淢iami letter鈥 asks employees to be mindful of their alcohol or drug intake (including a $200 鈥渧omit fee鈥 for those who get wasted), the shocking part comes when Kalanick talks about sexual contact between employees.

This is where it gets sticky for Uber. While it鈥檚 fine for companies to have strict rules surrounding interoffice romance, for a company that has had at least one executive leaving his job聽due to sexual misconduct, the tone of this note was off-putting for many who read it. The company is currently hosting two separate law firms to determine exactly why it鈥檚 being plagued with such damning sexual assault allegations (which led to the firing of 20 staffers this week). Some point to the 鈥淢iami letter鈥 as the memo that set the tone for the entire company鈥檚 鈥減arty鈥 atmosphere.

鈥淒o not have sex with another employee,鈥 he writes, 鈥淯NLESS a) you have asked that person for that privilege and they have responded with an emphatic 鈥榊ES! I will have sex with you鈥 AND b) the two (or more) of you do not work in the same chain of command. Yes, that means that Travis will be celibate on this trip. #CEOLife #FML.鈥

Uber has yet to respond to the leak of the 鈥淢iami letter,鈥 but while investigations continue, the law firms involved are looking for an interim co-CEO.

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(h/t USA Today; photo via Pascal Le Segretain/Getty)