CNN Anchor Claims Roger Ailes Sexually Harassed Her During Her Tenure

Most of these allegations against former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes are coming like a snowball down a hill. The latest is CNN co-anchor Alisyn Camerota.

Alison feels the Murdochs want those who were harassed to come forward which is why they decided to do this interview below. I don’t like that Brian Stelter was asked to perform the video because he’s a #fakenews personality who picks fights with other news personalities on Twitter to be relevant.

Source: Fortune

CNN co-anchor Alisyn Camerota said she was sexually harassed by embattled Roger Ailes, the former Fox News CEO who resigned last year amidst similar allegations from other women.

“Roger Ailes did sexually harass me,” Camerota told CNN’s Brian Stelter on Sunday. “He was often kind of grossly inappropriate with the things he would say. And I think many of us experienced that.”

Camerota, who worked at Fox News for over a decade, said when she first started at the cable news network, she went to Ailes’ office and told him she wanted more opportunity. She said he responded by telling her they would need to work together “really closely,” which would require them going to a hotel. “Do you know what I’m saying?” Camerota said Ailes asked her. Camerota said she wondered if declining his advances would jeopardize her career. “Will I be fired if I don’t do this?” she recalled thinking at the time.

What is going on over there at Fox News? Was it this bad? Ailes has not admitted to anything and some former anchors and employees have gotten settlements. Nobody ever thought this would happen to the huge media giant and prayerfully things work out in the end.

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