Andrea Tantaros sued Fox News against sexual harassment in August 2016

By: Anthony Norman  |   | 

Some couple of months ago, Andrea Tantaros was terminated from the position of co-host of Outnumbered, showing contract issues to be the reason. However, Andrea claimed that it was not the truth. According to Tantaros, she was pulled out of the show because of her allegations upon Roger Ailes, the then executive of Fox News.

Andrea is a skilled television reporter who got the opportunity to become a part of one of the most watched American news shows, The Five, in just a year after joining the Fox News. However, in 2014, she was removed from the cast.

Subsequently, she started co-hosting another most-liked talk shows of America called Outnumbered. She was pulled from this show as well in April 2016.

The reason of removing Andrea from the channel was revealed as "contract issues" by the Fox News. On the other hand, Tantaros claimed it to be a clear result of her allegation upon Roger Ailes. Tantaros also added that her decision first got her demoted to Outnumbered from The Five, and finally removed from the channel.

Andrea Tantaros was expelled from her duties in April 2016. After 3 months, in August, she sued Fox News Channel against sexual harrasment. In the lawsuit, she also mentioned Bill O'Reilly, Dean Cain and Scott Brown as those who sexually harassed her.

Andrea Tantaros is not working for Fox News since filing the case.


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