On the heels of Gretchen Carlson's lawsuit, which led to a flood of similar allegations and the eventual ouster of Fox News founder and CEO Roger Ailes, former Fox personality Andrea Tantaros has filed her own lawsuit against the network. Among the incendiary claims: Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown came on to her and put his hands on her waist, and her complaints to Bill Shine, who is now leading Fox News, went ignored.

Tantaros claims she was taken off the network after she complained about Ailes and others, which is reminiscent of how Carlson says was shuffled off-air after she spoke out to Fox News brass. The NY Times reports, "The suit by Ms. Tantaros, filed in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, is the latest round in a contentious volley that began in late winter, when Fox claimed she had breached her employment contract by writing a book without receiving network approval." However, Tantaros says that the contract dispute is Fox News' way of covering up her sexual harassment complaints about Ailes and Fox News star Bill O'Reilly.

The lawsuit, which you can read here, says, "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," and says of the environment of intimidation, "Ailes did not act alone. He may have been the primary culprit, but his actions were condoned by his most senior lieutenants, who engaged in a concerted effort to silence Tantaros by threats, humiliation, and retaliation."

Tantaros believed that Ailes used feared Fox News publicist Irena Briganti to smear her by setting up hostile interviews. When she talk to Shine about her concerns, the lawsuit states, "Shine’s response was shocking: He told Tantaros that Briganti 'is like a rabid dog on a chain that we can’t control. Sometimes that dog gets off the chain.' He then pointed to a magazine cover which had a picture of Ailes on the cover, and said: 'You see him? He’s a very powerful man. This powerful man has faith in Irena Briganti.' He then told Tantaros that she should not 'fight this' and that she 'needed to let this one go.'"

New York Magazine's Gabriel Sherman, who wrote a book about Roger Ailes, had some thoughts about Shine's promotion:

Once, Tantaro says, when she was walking down the hall at Fox News and said to hello to Ailes, he replied, "We need to get you a tighter dress."

Ailes also allegedly told her, "I bet you look good in a bikini."

And then there's the accusation about alleged pervert Bill O'Reilly:

[C]ommencing in February 2016, Bill O’Reilly (“O’Reilly”), whom Tantaros had considered to be a good friend and a person from whom she sought career guidance, started sexually harassing her by, inter alia, (a) asking her to come to stay with him on Long Island where it would be “very private,” and (b) telling her on more than one occasion that he could “see [her] as a wild girl,” and that he believed that she had a “wild side.” Fox News did take one action: plainly because of O’Reilly’s rumored prior sexual harassment issues and in recognition of Tantaros’s complaints, [Fox News in-house lawyer Diane] Brandi informed [Tantaro's lawyer] that Tantaros would no longer be appearing on O’Reilly’s Fox News show.

Her lawsuit explains that since it appears Fox News leaked details about her arbitration suit to the media, she's allowed to go forward with this legal action. "The arbitration provision in Tantaros’s employment agreement with Fox News ishighly unusual in that it specifically provides that publicly revealing anything about the existence or course of an arbitration is a material breach of the arbitration provision itself. As such, Fox News’s leak of information about the arbitration to Mr. Grove was a material breach of the arbitration provision, and therefore permits Tantaros to proceed in this Court as opposed to in an arbitration."

Ailes is currently jobless, though probably working on that Trump cable network.