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"Litigations happen all the time, a lot of them are nonsense and you pay some small amount to make them go away. $32 million is a different story."
Kelly says 21st Century Fox's review of Roger Ailes was going to be limited until she intervened.
But it only sounds like he's sorry because his book manuscript was dropped from publication.
Fox News' parent company said, 'We sincerely regret and apologize for the fact that Gretchen was not treated with the respect and dignity that she and all of our colleagues deserve.'
Carlson's decision to fight back started two years ago.
The interview with New York magazine reveals extremely harrowing details.
Is anyone really surprised by this?
He's rumored to be getting a $60 million payday.
Ailes was allegedly given an August 1 deadline to leave.
Even rival lawyers say that Carlson's lawyers are far from ambulance chasers.
'I remember running out of that apartment like my hair was on fire and standing on the sidewalk crying, thinking, What’s that guy think I was, a prostitute?'
Carlson's lawyers say that Ailes doesn't allow his employees to speak to the press unless he approves it, which is why she previously praised him.
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