The Washington Examiner reports:
Two female former Fox News employees have sued the network over claims that its most popular on-air talents sexually harassed them. Jennifer Eckhart and Cathy Areu filed a lawsuit in federal court on Monday alleging that Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, Howard Kurtz, Gianno Caldwell and Ed Henry, who was fired earlier this month, of sexual misconduct ranging from inappropriate comments to rape.
Areu also said she was harassed by Henry, who repeatedly sent her explicit messages and offered to help her career if she were to indulge his advances. She also accused Hannity of encouraging any man in the studio to take her out on a date and offering them $100. The alleged offer was made on March 8, 2018, which was her last time on the show. Areu further accused Carlson and Kurtz of trying to get her to go to their hotel rooms in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
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A complaint filed in New York federal court alleges sexual misconduct by top Fox News hosts including Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Howard Kurtz. The suit also addresses a previous rape allegation against Ed Henry, who was fired by Fox News on July 1 https://t.co/L7loNBudqI
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