A senior Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) - Get Report  executive resigned from the company in the wake of a New York Times' report alleging sexual misconduct.

Richard DeVaul, a director at Alphabet's research lab X, left without an exit package, according to CNBC. Online news service Axios first reported the news.

According to the report, DeVaul in 2013 propositioned a hardware engineer who had applied to work at lab X. During the female engineer's interview, DeVaul allegedly told her that he and his wife were polyamorous and invited her to Burning Man, where, once there, he asked her to remove her shirt and offered her a massage.

The engineer, Star Simpson, wasn't hired.

According to Axios, DeVaul didn't receive an exit package, consistent with Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai's recent claim that the company had fired 48 individuals for sexual harassment in the last two years without providing exit packages.

DeVaul was one of several current and former Google or Alphabet executives whose inappropriate workplace behavior was highlighted by the Times, which reported that former Android leader Andy Rubin had received a $90 million exit package despite sexual misconduct claims against him.