Scott Kveton, former CEO of Portland startup Urban Airship, filed an Oregon State Bar complaint Jan. 11 against Scott Upham, the former Washington County district attorney who represented the woman who publicly accused Kveton of rape and sexual assault two years ago.

In July 2014, Kveton stepped down from his job at Urban Airship, which makes marketing technology for mobile phones, after the allegations surfaced.

After a criminal investigation, a Multnomah County grand jury declined to indict him, and Washington County prosecutors declined to charge him. Separate civil cases were dismissed.

As first reported in this morning's print edition of WW, Kveton's bar complaint accuses Upham of ethical violations and attempted extortion for allegedly demanding $1.5 million to keep the woman's accusations confidential.

Upham did not return WW's calls seeking comment.