Ray Cotton, chief compliance officer of embatteld Lumber Liquidators, apparently left the company in May, according to his LinkedIn page.

Cotton joined the hardwood flooring company in 2013 as vice president of global security and risk. In February 2014, he was named chief compliance and sustainability officer, before being promoted to senior vice president and chief compliance officer in September 2014.

According to his Linkedin page, Cotton left Lumber Liquidators last month. The company itself has remained tight-lipped about the departure.

Lumber Liquidators currently is under investigation by numerous state and federal agencies and is facing more than 100 class-action lawsuits after a 60 minutes report accused the company of selling Chinese-manufactured laminated wood products containing high levels of formaldehyde, posing serious health risks.