A former Fox News anchor claims in a lawsuit that former network Chairman Roger Ailes, who resigned amid allegations of sexual harassment and is reportedly advising Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump, fueled a misogynistic culture at the top-rated channel enforced by other executives. Andrea Tantaros said she was taken off the air in April in retaliation for rebuffing Ailes' advances and complaining to top officials at Fox News, a unit of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc ( The defendants include Fox, Ailes, William Shine, who was named co-president of the network when Ailes resigned last month, and three other company officials.
Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros alleges in a sexual harassment lawsuit that after she rebuffed advances from then-Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, the network denied requests from "prominent and credible media outlets to interview Tantaros" but arranged for her participation in an interview with "a website reportedly controlled by Ailes" where the interviewer humiliated her with questions about her breasts and other "outrageous" queries. The website's resulting write-up of that interview discussed Tantaros' "physical attractiveness" repeatedly and in detail and mentioned that the interviewer asked her questions about "frequent" online descriptions of her regarding "her physical attributes."
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