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Eleven Fox News employees, including a former host of Fox and Friends, filed suit against the network on Tuesday, alleging that they have faced ‘hostile racial discrimination’ from Bill O’Reilly, Roger Ailes and other top executives for years.
The employees claim the news outlet was ‘more akin to Plantation-style management than a modern-day work environment,’ where minority workers were taunted with racial stereotypes, demeaned by management, and forced to take chaperones when visiting the executive floor.
Complaints included a range of issues, from allegations of racial favoritism for professional advancment, to patronizing speech, to a kick in the buttocks, to mocking accents or mispronounced words. (e.g. ask).
alleging that they have faced ‘hostile racial discrimination’ from Bill O’Reilly, Roger Ailes and other top executives for years.