NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of LendingClub  (LC - Get Report)  dropped 0.45% to $4.42 in Tuesday's trading session, after former CEO Renaud Laplanche said he intended to sell part of his stake in the San Francisco-based online lender.

Laplanche, who was forced to resign last month, said in a regulatory filing that he intended to sell 1.2 million shares through Morgan Stanley (MS - Get Report)  earlier this month, according to a regulatory filing Tuesday. The stock was valued around $5.3 million as of Monday's market close, Bloomberg reported.

The shares represent roughly 14% of Laplanche's holdings as of May 6, according to an earlier filing.

LendingClub's stock plunged about 40% after Laplache was unexpectedly forced out of the company last month. The board had discovered issues with $22 million in loans sold to Jefferies as well as Laplanche's failure to disclose a personal investment in one of LendingClub's clients.

Separately, TheStreet Ratings team rates the stock as a "sell" with a ratings score of D-. You can view the full analysis from the report here: LC

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