Since Carlson's lawsuit, multiple women have come forward with allegations about sexual harassment at Fox News, but Tantaros is the only other person to file her own lawsuit so far.
In the lawsuit, Tantaros says on August 18 of past year, when Brown appeared on her show Outnumbered, he "made a number of sexually inappropriate comments to Tantaros on set".
For a news network that so often waws accused of misleading their viewers and being fact free in their reporting, it is not surprising that some improper behavior was taking place behind the scenes, but this we did not expect.
Ailes, the network's founding chairman and guiding force for two decades, resigned last month after a former anchor, Gretchen Carlson, said that she was sacked for refusing his sexual advances.
Andrea Tantaros, a former Fox News host, filed a lawsuit against former CEO Roger Ailes and other top executives at the company who punished her for complaining about sexual harassment by Ailes, The New York Times reported. Ailes has denied all allegations of harassment.
Ms Tantaros's legal battles with Fox began last winter when the network said she had breached her employment contract by writing a book without getting network clearance. "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 said that instead of letting it go, she complained more vociferously to Shine, Brandi and Scott.
Tantaros also recalled once after she and Stacey Dash had clashed on air when Ailes said to her, "I heard you were mean to the black girl". Ailes also allegedly asked Tantaros about the sexual relationships of other Fox News employees. In response, Shine told Tantaros that Ailes was a "very powerful man" and that Tantaros "needed to let this one go.' Yet, after Ailes was revealed to be a sexual predator and forced to resign, Shine was promoted to Co-President of Fox News".
She says in the suit that her job "devolved into a nightmare of sexual harassment" in the summer of 2014. But something tells me she's probably OK with this.
The suit does not list O'Reilly or Brown as defendants.
Former Mass. Sen. Scott Brown, shown on Capitol Hill in November 2012, frequently appears as a political commentator on Fox News. Brown claimed he had never had any social conversation with the show host or exchanged emails.