Tycoon Sir Philip Green has fled to Arizona amid sexual harassment claims.
The Topshop billionaire surfaces at an Arizona resort and refused to answer questions from reporters.
British Lord Hain named him as the billionaire businessman accused by a newspaper of sexual and racial harassment.
And Green has tried the stay away from the spotlight amid the scandal saying he will issue a formal complaint to the House Of Lords in Great Britain.
However, Lord Hain has refused to apologise for outing the retail magnate using parliamentary privilege on Thursday and says he was 'standing up for human rights'.
Green was spotted playing tennis over the weekend at the Canyon Ranch health resort where journalists found him.
Lord Hain said: 'I stand resolutely by what I've said and neither retract nor apologise for standing up for human rights.'
He added: 'I always comply fully with my House of Lords obligations as I did on that occasion. His complaint is a malevolent diversion.'
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The tycoon allegedly paid employees seven-figure sums to hush up allegations of sexual harassment and racism allegations.
Green released a statement saying he 'categorically and wholly denies' allegations of 'unlawful sexual or racist behavior'.
The 66-year-old is estimated to be worth $5 billion and is one of the wealthiest men in Great Britain.
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