Andrea Tantaros was a rising star at Fox News, a political analyst and co-host of the popular show The Fivewhen she says the powerful head of the company, Roger Ailes, began sexually harassing her. As she alleges in an ongoing lawsuit, he asked her to spin around to show him her body, to wear a tighter dress, and to hug him, in addition to prying into her love life, speculating about how she would look in a bikini, and asking her to discuss the sex lives of other employees. Tantaros alleges she reported the harassment and was first ignored, then later told to drop it because Ailes was a powerful man.
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Among the incendiary claims: Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown came on to her and put his hands on her waist, and her complaints to Bill Shine, who is now leading Fox News, went ignored. Tantaros claims she was taken off the network after she complained about Ailes and others, which is reminiscent of how Carlson says was shuffled off-air after she spoke out to Fox News brass. Tantaros, filed in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, is the latest round in a contentious volley that began in late winter, when Fox claimed she had breached her employment contract by writing a book without receiving network approval.
She is still under contract with the network. Regular readers might remember Tantaros from that time she called campus rape a "war on boys"; or maybe that other time when she said Hillary Clinton lured Trump into saying women should be punished for getting illegal abortions; what about that other other time she claimed public school health initiatives give kids "mental problems? Tantaros's new book, "Tied Up in Knots," became available Tuesday.
The legal development threatens to fan the flames of a controversy that the network and its parent hope to extinguish: Roger Ailesthe leader of the network and architect of its popular and influential programming, was ousted in July in the wake of a lawsuit filed by former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson alleging sexual harassment by the executive. He has denied the charges, but multiple female Ailes employees both current and former stepped forward alleging similar charges of unwelcome and sexually charged behavior by Ailes. Michele Burdy, a clinical psychologist who once treated Tantaros, and who related a number of instances from her sessions with the news personality in which she detailed some of the allegations she made in her suit.
Scott Brown. Both have denied the allegations. The misconduct, she claimed, was condoned by top brass at Fox News, some of whom were promoted in the wake of Ailes' widely publicized departure in July.
Fox News host Eric Bolling has been suspended while the scandal-hit network investigates claims he sent unsolicited sex texts to three female colleagues. After the claims emerged, Ms Heldman said Mr Bolling, 54, subjected her to sexual harassment and gender discrimination when she appeared as a guest on Fox News and Fox Business. In July Mr Ailes resigned when former host Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against him.
In papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, Andrea Tantaros says Ailes, who is now reportedly an advisor to GOP presidential nominee Donald Trumprepeatedly made inappropriate sexually charged comments to her and about her co-workers, and then smeared her after she complained about his behavior. Thus, in and continuing throughout her entire tenure at Fox News, Tantaros was repeatedly told by various Fox News wardrobe staffers and executives - male and female - that she could not wear pants on air because "Roger wants to see your legs," the suit says. Ailes would make remarks about Tantaros' appearance - and ramped up his bad behavior in August of when he called her in for a meeting in his office, the suit says. He "improperly asked Tantaros whether she hoped to get married and have kids one day.
A Fox News host has been accused of sending unsolicited sex texts to female colleagues at the scandal-hit network. Eric Bolling, 54, allegedly sent pictures of male genitalia to two women working at Fox Business and another at Fox News several years ago. The women, who wish to remain anonymous, claimed they recognised Mr Bolling's number when they received the "deeply upsetting" images after meeting him at work.