Google employee now a hot Google search term

Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesGoogle co-founder Sergey Brin looks on during a news conference at Google headquarters on September 25

Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesGoogle co-founder Sergey Brin looks on during a news conference at Google headquarters on September 25

In the Department of Irony, married Google founder Sergey Brin’s alleged home-wrecking mistress, Amanda Rosenberg, became the fifth-most queried search last week when the news broke. Now it looks like Brin wasn’t the only Googler that the Google Glass marketer was Googling, if you get our drift.

“She bedded two bosses and became the most Googled employee in the Googleplex,” writes the New York Post. Rosenberg is said to have previously dated Android exec Hugo Barra, who has since reportedly moved to China.

An alleged source from Google says Rosenberg has been moved further down the chain of command at the company so as to have more distance from Brin.

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