The New York Daily News reports:
Fox News staffers who claimed sexual harassment then faced a harassment campaign from their own employer, a previously undisclosed investigation by the city concluded.
The conservative network spied on the text messages and deleted computer data of employees who complained about harassing behavior by colleagues and supervisors, according to a complaint by the city Commission on Human Rights. The commission leveled the allegations against Fox News in December 2018.
The probe was not publicly revealed until June when Fox News agreed to a $1 million settlement — but the complaint was not made public at the time. The complaint, filed in an ongoing lawsuit, adds further detail about Fox News’ toxic workplace culture.
Read the full article. The list of now-former Fox personalities accused of sexual harassment includes Bill O’Reilly, Eric Bolling, Roger Ailes, Ed Henry, and many others. Fox News Media has issued a statement denying the latest complaint.
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— Bradley P. Moss (@BradMossEsq) September 22, 2021