Three Fox News anchors accused of sex trafficking and rape

Fox News hosts Ed Henry, Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson have been prosecuted for trafficking, harassment and sexual assault.

They found themselves at the center of a new scandal over alleged misconduct. “It is widely documented in the public domain that Fox News has not only cultivated and encouraged sexual harassment and misconduct, but has consistently accepted and encouraged it,” reads the trafficking, rape and discrimination lawsuit against Fox Business Network hosts.

The case comes after associate producer Jennifer Eckhart and former FNC guest Katie Areu filed a lawsuit in New York City against Rupert Murdoch’s channel and three popular anchors. According to the women, the channel’s managers “deliberately place those who commit attacks and rapes in leadership positions.”

“Based on the results of a comprehensive independent investigation by a third-party law firm, including interviews with multiple eyewitnesses, we have determined that all claims against FOX News and the hosts are false and completely devoid of any evidence,” a Fox News spokesman said in the lawsuit.