BREAKING: $50 MILLION Lawsuit Filed Against Fox News – New Details Released [VIDEO]

BREAKING: $50 MILLION Lawsuit Filed Against Fox News – New Details Released [VIDEO]

What a mess. Everything is coming out now and there is no stopping it, the skeletons have seriously removed themselves from the closet and made their beds. Now with a $50 million lawsuit being filed…it’s time to sleep in it.

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From the Daily Mail:

Roger Ailes allegedly asked a former Fox News host about the sexuality of his employees and even referred to one as a ‘Puerto Rican w***e’ according to a new lawsuit.

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Andrea Tantaros claims in her sexual harassment suit against Ailes and Fox News that many of her co-workers were targets of less than flattering remarks by the former CEO of the network.

Among those she names are The Five host Kimberly Guilfoyle, claiming that Ailes called her a ‘Puerto Rican w****,’ ‘easy,’ and a ‘Puerto Rican street fighter.’

Tantaros also claims that the disgraced executive once asked her if Guilfoyle was sleeping with her The Five co-host Eric Bolling.

Ailes also allegedly called Gretchen Carlson ‘nuts’; Catherine Herridge ‘a stalker’; Shannon Bream’s voice ‘annoying’; and said that Maria Bartiromo ‘got so fat.’

Speaking about Monica Crowley Ailes allegedly said: ‘If I ever had to go on a date with her, I’d jump out the window.’

In the lawsuit Tantaros also claims that Ailes once said: ‘Harris [Faulkner] has to be careful. She has the tendency to look like the angry black woman.’

And after Tantaros and Stacey Dash had an on-air disagreement Ailes said to her: ‘I heard you were mean to the black girl.’

Tantaros goes on to claim in the suit that she was taken off the air when she complained about being sexually harassed by Ailes.

She is now asking for approximately $50 million in the lawsuit, which also names the network’s current co-president Bill Shine, Executive Vice President Dianne Brandi, publicist Irena Briganti and Executive Vice President Suzanne Scott as defendants.

Talk about workplace drama. Whoever said sticks and stones may break your bones, but words will never hurt you… OBVIOUSLY…never worked at Fox News. Words are hurting there… $50 million dollars worth of hurt.

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