The pizza chain, which has been under scrutiny in the US, has been rocked by accusations of sexual harassment, with more than 100 women alleging they were groped or harassed by co-founders Anthony and Brian Wall.
But they deny the allegations.
The firm was also rocked by a string of high-profile sexual harassment and assault allegations.
Here’s a look at the biggest news from the past week.
PizzaGate: The chain is one of the few major American fast-food chains to still operate.
It has had to be shut down, and has been forced to sell its shares after the allegations against its CEO.
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Pizzagate: A Timeline of the Pizzagate Movement article On Tuesday, the company’s founder, Anthony Wall, was sentenced to six months in prison for sexually assaulting a former employee and a former associate, according to the Wall Street Journal.
A week later, the Wall street Journal reported that the pair had been working for PizzaGate, which it later deleted.
In October, Wall and the other founders were forced to resign from the company, after an investigation by the FBI and the Justice Department found that they were aware of allegations of child pornography being made on the company computer.
The following week, the New York Times reported that Wall had also used his position at PizzaGate to send inappropriate text messages to a woman, according an investigation into the company.
In November, the two co-founder, Brian Wall, resigned from the firm.
Wall has also faced other legal woes, including a sexual harassment lawsuit in which he was accused of having sex with an 18-year-old intern, according the Times.
PizzaGuys: A pizza deliveryman who alleges he was harassed by pizza company employees is facing an array of charges including extortion, harassment, false imprisonment and stalking.
The company was also forced to pay more than $1 million in back wages and a $4.2 million penalty for the alleged misconduct, according CNN Money.
The PizzaGate Conspiracy: A New York PizzaGate Timeline article The company also faces multiple criminal investigations.
In March, the US Attorney General announced that he was launching an investigation in the case of a co-worker who alleged he was fired after he filed a complaint.
That same month, a judge ordered PizzaGate’s former CEO, Brian Wants, to pay a $3 million settlement to the employee.
Meanwhile, a federal grand jury is also looking into the matter.
In July, a grand jury in California indicted two former employees of PizzaGuz for alleged sexual harassment.
PizzaHill: The PizzaHill logo.
A lawyer for the company released a statement saying that the company had removed the PizzaGate logo from its website in light of the allegations, and would not make any further comment until it was provided with the full text of the complaint.
Pizza Hill has not yet responded to requests for comment.