Juan williams sexual harassment allegation

The same radio network that suspended its top news director this week for years of sexual harassment allegations once hired a controversial Washington Post writer whose history of sexual harassment allegations was well known. Juan Williams, 63, joined National Public Radio in , working first as the host of Talk of the Nation and later as a senior national correspondent, despite being at the center of a widely reported sexual harassment scandal at The Washington Post a decade earlier. Post newsroom employees said that Williams had, for years, commented on their bodies, asked them about their sex lives, and said things that were "lewd" and "shocking. The comments were known and were even covered by the Washington Post at the time. But NPR hired Williams anyway.
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Another Man Who Worked At NPR Had Been Accused of Serial Sexual Harassment

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Another Man Who Worked At NPR Had Been Accused of Serial Sexual Harassment

View the discussion thread. Skip to main content. Julie Roginsky, who appeared regularly on the network most notably on news discussion programs "Outnumbered" and "The Five," filed a lawsuit in New York Supreme Court against Ailes and co-president Bill Shine, claiming that Ailes sexually harassed her and that when she refused his advances, she was denied a job opportunity. Roginsky is represented by the same attorneys who handled Gretchen Carlson's lawsuit filed in July in New Jersey. Ailes resigned two weeks after Carlson's suit, filed following an internal investigation led by an outside law firm. The Justice Department is also currently investigating Fox regarding payments to various Ailes accusers. Ailes would allegedly "consistently position himself in such a way as to look down Roginsky's dress," adds the complaint.
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At a press conference held at his Manhattan law offices, Douglas Wigdor said he has received phone calls from some on-air employees of Fox News who are not currently part of a suit since he filed an amended version of the complaint on Tuesday. Wigdor, who is representing 13 current or former Fox News employees of color in two related lawsuits, said his firm is in the "beginning stages of vetting those calls. The amended complaint itself added to a lawsuit filed late last month by two black women who accused Fox's longtime comptroller Judith Slater of making a series of racially insensitive remarks. A separate complaint filed Tuesday by a former disbursement coordinator in Fox News' accounts payable department who is also represented by Wigdor's firm also targets Slater and the network's top lawyer, Dianne Brandi.
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This is a rush transcript from "The Five," November 27, This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. Yesterday, Nancy Pelosi, a true champion of women, defended John Conyers over claims of sexual harassment.
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