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Also Read: Why Betting Against Fox News Is Risky for CNN, MSNBC Execs The New York Magazine story says that Ailes asked Tantaros to do a “twirl” in August 2014, and told her in February 2015 that her body “looked good.” That same month, in February 2015, Tantaros was moved from the 5 p.m.
Andrea Tantaros, co-host of Fox News’ “Outnumbered,” mysteriously disappeared from the network in April.
A Fox statement said “issues have arisen” with her contract, and that she was going to “take some time off.” Three months later, when Gretchen Carlson and other women accused former Fox chief Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, it seemed like the mystery of what really happened to Tantaros might be solved — especially after New York Magazine reported Monday that she had repeatedly complained to executives in 2015 “about Ailes’s inappropriate sexual behavior.” The magazine reported she was demoted and silenced. A person with knowledge of the legal situation reached out to The Wrap to say the sexual harassment issue is a way for Tantaros to “muddy the waters when the real issue is her contract.” Also Read: Fox News Staff Had ' Widespread Fear' Roger Ailes Monitored Calls, Emails The issue, said the person, is that Tantaros promoted her book, “Tied Up in Knots,” on the air without permission, after failing to submit a publishing timeline or detailed outline of the book’s content, as required by her contract.
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We have heard too much about her house, haven’t we?The right-wing media often get into controversies, and so does its beautiful women.