FOX News Tried To Smear Andrea Tantaros With Interracial Gang Bang Rumor

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By Michael Hoult

The Business Standard News has received another salacious story about the ongoing FOX News sex scandal.

According to FOX insider “Chip,” ex-New York Police Department detective Bo Dietl tried to spread a rumor that former personality Andrea Tantaros liked to participate in interracial sex parties where she was the sole female participant.

Last year Tantaros filed a lawsuit against the network after enduring years of sexual harassment. Tantaros also exposed FOX News’ “conservative” image as being fake.

“Fox News masquerades as defender of traditional family values, but behind the scenes, it operates like a sex-fueled, Playboy Mansion-like cult, steeped in intimidation, indecency and misogyny,” said Tantaros in her lawsuit.

Tantaros also said she was sexually harassed by former CEO Roger Ailes, former anchor Bill O’Reilly and former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown. After she complained, she was taken off the air. FOX News also launched a campaign to smear her name with websites they controlled. They also hacked into her phone looking for compromising information.

Dietl, who plans to run for mayor of New York, was fired by FOX News in the wake of the sex scandal. The network had used him to dig up dirt on women who complained about sexual harassment.

“One of the women Dietl looked into was Andrea Makris, who accused, and subsequently sued, Bill O’Reilly for harassment, and the other was Gretchen Carlson, whose allegations against the network’s CEO Roger Ailes prompted his resignation in July 2016,” said Newsweek’s Harriet Sinclair. “Dietl is also named in Tantaros’ lawsuit accused of illegally gaining access to the phone records of journalists.”

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