Former Fox News employee Kimberly Guilfoyle has been outed by a female assistant, claiming that she sexually harassed her.
Guilfoyle, who was canned by the network in 2018, has made headlines in The New Yorker after her former assistant -who wished to go unnamed- made claims of sexual harassment.
In a 42-page draft complaint allegedly sent to Fox News executives, the staff member claimed that while working out of Guilfoyle’s New York apartment, she was frequently subjected to Guilfoyle being in a state of undress, as well as “d*ck pics” of men Guilfoyle had slept with.
According to Forbes, the complaint also claimed that Guilfoyle told her assistant to “submit to a Fox employee’s demands for sexual favors, encouraged her to sleep with wealthy and powerful men,” demanded they share a room on business trips and “required her to sleep over at her apartment.”
In order to avoid a lawsuit, Fox paid the assistant upwards of $4 million to drop the matter.
Guilfoyle, speaking through her attorney, claimed that she “never engaged in any workplace misconduct of any kind.”
Since her departure from Fox News, Guilfoyle has been working on raising funds for the re-election of President Donald Trump.
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