Fox News reporter Abby Grossberg recently sued the network, alleging that the network’s lawyers “coerced, threatened and provided false information” to cause her to produce false evidence as part of the case. $1.6 billion slander lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting System against the business. Grossberg allegedly sued Fox News in the Supreme Court of Delaware and the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. CNN received documents from the Delaware case stating:
“Fox News attorneys acted as agents and under orders of Fox News to train, manipulate, and coerce Ms. Grossberg into giving shady and/or incomplete answers in court testimony. Her responses have clearly damaged her reputation but have greatly benefited Fox News.”
The complaint also alleges that the “consistent efforts and actions” of the Fox legal team forced Grossberg to speak in a way that presents the truth “in a false light.” According to the producer, the network intends to “move criminality” away from top Fox News officials and “away from Fox Corporation.” In her complaint, Abby Grossberg also accused Fox News of sexism and chauvinism. She claims that senior male executives regularly make disparaging remarks about online presenters.
Grossberg allegedly joined Fox News in March 2019 as an editor and booker. She previously served as the senior scheduling editor for Maria Bartiromo before becoming the booking director of Tucker Carlson. According to reports, Fox News allegedly forced Grossberg to leave the network after she complained about the network.
Consider the case of Abby Grossberg against Fox News.
Abby Grossberg, a Fox News reporter, recently made headlines after filing a complaint against the network, accusing their legal team of coercing and bullying her into providing false evidence prior to the meeting. her interview in the Dominion Voting System slander against Fox last September. Dominion has filed a $1.6 billion complaint against Fox Corporation and Fox News, alleging that the network “recklessly disregards the truth” during the 2020 US presidential election and promotes several pro-Trump conspiracy theories about election theft.
Dominion alleges in the complaint that Fox News smeared them by spending airtime on pro-Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell. The company claimed that lawyers promoted a bogus conspiracy theory and claimed that the Dominion Voting System passed Donald Trump’s ballots to Joe Biden, but the Fox News hosts did not respond. for these statements.
“The lies are good for Fox’s business,” Dominion asserts. However, the network firmly denied the allegations and claimed that it had truthfully reported on Trump’s assertions. The station also believes that Dominion’s case violates the right to free speech. Dominion’s attorneys questioned Abby Grossberg during her interview in the lawsuit about an email Powell sent to Maria Bartiromo. The lawyers also revealed phone messages about the 2020 election between Grossberg and Baritromo, in which the former is said to have written:
“Honestly, our audience doesn’t want to hear about a peaceful transition.”
When lawyers asked Grossberg if she believed it was essential to make it clear someone was saying something untrue, she said “no.” Abby Grossberg now claims that Fox’s legal team supported her “misleading and evasive answers” during the processing rather than asking her to speak out what she really feels. because doing so would allow Grossberg to “accidentally” shift responsibility from the network’s higher-level executives to himself.
The producer also stated that, unlike her male colleagues, she was not allowed to review and edit recordings of her interview, and she was only mentioned once in the papers. Dominion’s court. According to CNN, Fox Corporation, the parent company of Fox News, recently asked to be dismissed as a party to a lawsuit by Dominion Voting Systems, alleging that it had no influence over the channel’s coverage. This.
Abby Grossberg accused Fox News’ legal team of doing wrong while preparing her for a pre-trial interview in Dominion’s slander in her own complaint against the network. She also accused the network and some of its senior managers of sexism and chauvinism. Grossberg claimed in her complaint that she was overlooked for a high position on Marie Bartiromo’s Sunday Morning Future show because the network allegedly favored a male candidate.
The producer claims that Fox News executives regularly make alleged disparaging remarks about female workers such as hosts Maria Bartiromo and Jeanine Pirro. She alleges that some people who called Bartiromo a “crazy” were “menopausal”. Abby Grossberg went on to say that when she started working on The Tucker Carlson Show, she was struck by the atmosphere of horror. She claims that her workspace is decorated with large photos of then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “in a flowing bathing suit” on her first day.
According to the complaint received by CNN:
“Grossberg was mortified by what she was witnessing and began to feel a stabbing pain in her stomach as it became clear how much it was for the male staff of Tucker Carlson Tonight and her desire to humiliate face and look down on women.
Grossberg’s complaint, filed in New York, echoes allegations of sexism and claims that there is a culture of making anti-Semitic remarks. Carlson and employees on his team were mentioned by the woman in the complaint. Parisis G. Filippatos, an adviser to Abby Grossberg, claims that the former has “abundant documentary evidence of any kind to support a wide range of” claims she made in the cases.
Grossberg told CNN she filed for Fox News with the expectation that it would force the network to reform. She went on to say that she felt it was the “only step” she could take to regain her dignity and save her job. The director also expressed her desire to “expose the lies and deceit” she has “witnessed over the years” on two of Fox News’ most popular shows.
What is Fox News’ response to Abby Grossberg’s lawsuit?
The same day Abby Grossberg attacked Fox News, the network sued her to prevent her from challenging the station. According to the business, the director announced he would sue Fox for prejudice and retaliation. Insiders were informed by a network representative:
“Because Ms. Grossberg threatened to disclose privileged information about FOX News Media’s attorney-client, we have filed a temporary restraining order to protect our interests.”
The representative also defended the network against Abby Grossberg’s claims, alleging that several manufacturer concerns were expressed after a negative performance review:
“Fox News Media has hired an independent external consultant to conduct an immediate investigation into Ms. Grossberg’s concerns, which were raised following a significant performance review.” These allegations will be fiercely defended.”
According to reports, the network is also pursuing a protective order against Abby Grossberg to prevent her from disclosing confidential information in her case, which would cause “immediate irreparable harm.” for the network. Grossberg and her attorney claim that Fox News’ assertions that her claims came only after a critical performance review are false. Filippatos told CNN:
“It’s another example of Fox News not only hiding, but trying to bury the truth.”
In the meantime, Grossberg stated:
“The fox simply doesn’t care. It perfectly describes everything. They don’t worry about their workers… or their fans.”
Fox News withdrew its lawsuit against Abby Grossberg on Tuesday.