Report: Fox's Tantaros Claims Harassment by Ailes; Andrea Tantaros, a Fox News Broadcaster, Has Joined a Growing List of Women Who Are Accusing Former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes of Sexual Harassment, According to a Report This Week by New York Magazine. [Derived Headline]

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Report: Fox's Tantaros Claims Harassment by Ailes; Andrea Tantaros, a Fox News Broadcaster, Has Joined a Growing List of Women Who Are Accusing Former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes of Sexual Harassment, According to a Report This Week by New York Magazine. [Derived Headline]


Andrea Tantaros, a Fox News broadcaster, has joined a growing list of women who are accusing former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, according to a report this week by New York magazine.

Her allegations surface less than three weeks after Ailes left the conservative-leaning news network following a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against him in early July by another Fox host, Gretchen Carlson, and an internal investigation of Carlson's claims.

Carlson said that Ailes, 76, decided not to renew her contract in June after she refused his sexual advances and that he ignored her reports of "disparaging treatment" in the newsroom. Ailes, who left with a $40 million settlement, has denied her claims.

Tantaros has not spoken publicly on the matter until now. Through her lawyer, Tantaros, known for her vociferously conservative politics, told New York magazine's Gabriel Sherman that she complained "multiple times" to senior Fox executives in 2015 about Ailes' "inappropriate sexual behavior toward her."

She says she was demoted and eventually taken off the air in April 2016 after the complaints. She remains on the Fox payroll.

Tantaros' lawyer, Judd Burstein, could not be reached for comment.

Tantaros' charges would contradict Fox News senior executives' claims that they weren't aware of sexual harassment allegations against Ailes prior to Carlson's lawsuit. …

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