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Report: Britt McHenry co-host retired from the Fox Nation program after a complaint of sexual harassment

Report: Britt McHenry co-host retired from the Fox Nation program after a complaint of sexual harassment
The original co-host of Britt McHenry's Fox Nation television show was removed and moved to his own solo show after a complaint of sexual harassment by McHenry, according to a new report by The Daily Beast.

McHenry and former WWE wrestler Tyrus (real name George Murdoch) started a program called Un-PC on the Fox News broadcast platform last November. You have not heard of that, but it's fine because it has already undergone a major change: Tyrush was quietly replaced by someone named Tom Shillue in mid-April, there was no formal explanation, and the program continued on the right. Tyrus, meanwhile, received his own Fox Nation program, called NUFF SAID.

The Daily Beast reported last week that Tyrus stopped using the PC as a result of "a personal dispute," arising from "a complaint" filed by McHenry Fox News that declined to comment, but the network continued to make appearances on Tyrus's behalf. "opinion". ", suggesting that the division was probably reduced to something like a garden variety personality conflict, but today's report clarifies the ambiguity:

Apart from the surprise of knowing that the former professional wrestler chose to be the co-host of a program called Un-PC, he likes to make inappropriate "politically incorrect" comments, what stands out in this report is Fox's questionable handling of a complaint about sexual harassment. a woman against her co-host in the air. Unsolicited text messages with "lascivious and sexual comments" were not only enough to cost Tyrus his job. Instead of major disciplinary action, Tyrus had given his own program and came out trot. programs

New Fox News executive director Suzanne Scott said "to create a healthier environment for staff harassment," but it's hard to see how the employee's sexual harassment, which was withdrawn to retain that address at a much wider step. For its part, Hollywood reporter Jeremy Barr: