Last Wednesday, former Fox & Friends co-host Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Fox News chairman and humanoid slug Roger Ailes. Gretchen claimed, among other things, that she was fired after she refused to have sex with Roger. As it turns out, Gretchen isn’t the only one to accuse Roger of creep behavior. According to New York Magazine, six more women have come forward and accused Roger of working his gross old man game on them.
New York Magazine says that out of the six women they spoke to, only two agreed to speak on the record. One woman, a former model named Marsha Callahan, allegedly experienced Roger’s ickiness back in the 1960s when he was a producer on The Mike Douglas Show. Marsha claims she got a call from Roger asking her to come down to the show and to make sure she was wearing a garter belt and stockings. When she arrived, she alleges that Roger asked her to lift up her skirt. She then alleges that Roger guaranteed her a spot on the show if she slept with him and a few of his friends. Later on, she got a spot on The Mike Douglas Show and she claims that when she passed Roger in the hall, he pretended he didn’t know who she was.
A former model, who wanted to remain anonymous, claims Roger also got creepy with her on the set of The Mike Douglass Show. She says she met Roger in his office when she was 16 years old. She alleges he locked the door and proceeded to pull out his junk, which she described as looking (grab the brain bleach) “red like raw hamburger meat.” He apparently told her to “kiss them” (ie: his junk) too. She says she tried to run away, but he chased her around the office. When he realized it wasn’t going to happen, she claims he showed her a tape recorder and told her not to tell anyone what happened because he “got it all on tape.” A media consultant, who also wanted to remain anonymous, alleges sexual harassment happened at The Mike Douglas Show.
Roger worked as Richard Nixon’s media advisor and that’s how he met former Republican National Committee field advisor Kellie Boyle. Kellie claims that when she refused to fuck Roger in a car, he told higher ups in the RNC not to hire her. Another woman (anonymous), who was hoping to get into broadcasting, alleges he pressured her into putting on a garter belt and stockings during an audition, then doing “something sexual” with her. She claims he told her to keep the lingerie for “next time.” When she informed him there would be no “next time,” she says she didn’t get a callback.
And those are just the women that are talking. According to Gretchen Carlson’s lawyer Nancy Erika Smith, more than a dozen women have contacted her with their own allegations of sexual harassment against Roger Ailes. Of course, Roger Ailes is denying all of it. His lawyer has released this statement about the most recent allegations:
“It has become obvious that Ms. Carlson and her lawyer are desperately attempting to litigate this in the press because they have no legal case to argue. The latest allegations, all 30 to 50 years old, are false.”
All I can say for sure is that Roger Ailes clearly has a thing for garter belts and stockings. If Gretchen Carlson’s lawyer wants to win this case, she should call in a model wearing a garter belt and stockings while Roger is on the stand. The case will pretty much win itself when Roger starts smacking his gross lips and asking if she wants to be on The Mike Douglas Show.