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the organization was set up last year to fight sexual harassment now the leader of time's up has resigned after her own son was accused of sexual misconduct Lisa borders had announced her resignation as chief executive on Monday citing unspecified family concerns but on Friday at the group said she stepped down after accusations were made against her son the group did not give further details and an attorney for borders was not immediately available for comments a host of celebrities have endorsed the time's up because launched in January two thousand eighteen around the same time as the me too movement gains steam to fight sexual harassment in the workplace beyond the Hollywood entertainment industry and fund expenses for people taking legal action