Fox Nation host Britt McHenry is taking a big step toward sexually assaulting his former co-author, Tyrus [1
9659004] Britt's beef with Tyrus made headlines earlier this year when she complained to the network that the former fighter was sending sloppy texts – but now she's raising the stakes by filing a sexual harassment complaint with the human New York State rights.
In documents received from TMZ, Britt details these alleged text messages and several incidents that he certainly considers scary. For example, in October 2018, she alleged that her associate at UN-PC sent several texts saying how much she loved her hair and legs and specified the sexual acts she wanted to do. In November, he claims to be sending one word: "I'll show you what it means to be a bad Brit McHenry // D ** k pic comes in 5 seconds !!!!"
Brit says that she then tried to maintain a cordial working relationship with Tyrus … so they went out to dinner in November 2018, after recording. She claims he drank excessively and while he was eating, he "caught me in an aggressive and sexual manner." She says she backed away and went to her hotel room, leaving him in the lobby.
Then, a few months later on New Year's Eve, she says that her boyfriend came to New York and Tyrus got away – allegedly sending her angry texts. She claims that the torture continues in January 2019 and finally went to the executive producer of UN-PC to report to Tyrus … but she claims that nothing has changed.
Brit, who hired a celebrity lawyer Lisa Bloom says she returned to the EP after an incident on April 12, 2019, where Tyrus was baptizing her on the set. She claims the EP told her to refuse to complain because she was "removable" and Fox "never wanted her" in the first place.
She says that Tyrus was never disciplined and eventually got her own show – until Fox stopped promoting her. and stopped inviting her as a guest on other Fox News programs.
All this is a clear harbinger of a cause for 2 reasons. First, filing with NY State must be made before a case is filed. Second, she hired Bloom.
We reached out to Fox News and Tyrus for comment.