Former Fox News Host Andrea Tantaros Claims That Bill O’Reilly Turned His Creep On Full Throttle And Tried To Mack Her

Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros recently filed a lawsuit for a cool $50 million with the New York State Supreme Court accusing former CEO Roger Ailes and current host Bill O’Reilly of making unprovoked and unwanted sexual advances on her.

“Fox News masquerades as a 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,” Ms. Tantaros’s suit says.

Tantaros, 37, joined Fox back in 2010 and a year later became the c0-host of “The Five.” She claims that several Fox executive urged her not to wear pants during shooting because “Roger [Ailes] wants to see your legs.”

Here’s Roger, pictured with his wife.

The lawsuit also states that the 76-year-old Ailes called Andrea into his office to probe her on her sexual habits, asking if she was planning to marry or have children. He allegedly asked her to turn around so “I could get a good look at you,” a request that Andrea refused.

The lawsuit also claims that in February 2015, Ailes asked her to perform ‘the twirl’ for him; said ‘come over here so I can give you a hug; and told her ‘I bet you look good in a bikini.’ The lawsuit also states that Ailes said “We need to get you a tighter dress” while passing her in the hallway.

The thirst was allegedly contagious, as Andrea claims that Fox host Bill O’Reilly, who she then considered a friend and an adviser, began creepin. O’Reilly allegedly invited Tantaros to his Long island home to stay with him, telling her it would be ‘very private,’ also telling her that he could ‘see [her] as a wild girl’ and that she had a ‘wild side.’

Tantaros lawsuit against Fox comes just months after Fox claimed she had breached her employment contract by writing a book without receiving network approval. Fox previously stated that Tantaros was using the lawsuit to gain leverage on the network as they negotiate her contract.

[h/t New York Times]

Matt Keohan Avatar
Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.