Cameron Communications has decided to acquire Paraverbal Communications, an online media company that is in a similar situation as Paraverbals.
The move comes as Paravers CEO, Peter J. Johnson, has been accused of sexual misconduct by two women.
The companies announced that they have hired an outside attorney to review the allegations.
Johnson has denied the accusations.
The two companies were acquired by Cameron Communications last year, and they both have similar products.
Paraverbal has been growing in popularity since it launched in 2013, with the aim of becoming the go-to resource for people who need help with a problem.
But as Johnson became more outspoken, some people were concerned that Cameron Communications might use the deal to further its own business.
Johnson’s former CEO, Mark A. Dannemann, resigned in February after the company was sued for its use of sexual harassment and discrimination.
Johnson and Johnson have been accused in court filings of using their positions at Paraverabals to help promote their own brands.
They also reportedly received payments from Paraveras parent company.
Cameron Communications announced in May that it had purchased Paraverblas parent, Viacom.
Paravers parent, Paraver Communications, said it would not comment on the deal.