NEW YORK, NEW YORK — The legal battle between former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson and the channel’s chairman Roger Ailes just took another unexpected turn.
Carlson, who is already suing Ailes for sexual harassment she says was an ongoing issue during her time at Fox News, she revealed to a conservative radio host this morning that she was forced to wear a booty pop gold bikini and be chained to Ailes’ executive dais for up to 14 hours a day. She told Gary Gunderson on his syndicated talk radio show that Ailes would only let Carlson have enough length of chain to dance seductively for himself and other denizens of his executive team.
“The bounty hunter Boba Doocy would always make snide remarks under his helmet to me,” Carlson said, “and one time he said that I was a ‘prize worth keeping alive.’ He later told me that meant he wanted to bone me.”
Gunderson asked Carlson about the reports of other alleged victims of Ailes that surfaced over the weekend. Carlson said she couldn’t speak about those women specifically because it was before she was enslaved by Mr. Ailes to work in the Fox News throne room. But she did recount the story of another Fox host named Oola Myers.
“Oola was really talented, and Roger could see that right away,” Ms. Carlson told Gunderson during one segment of his show, “so he chained her to the dais too; just like me. Except one day, Roger got really mad at Oola, and I still don’t know what for. All I know is he kept telling her to dance with him during commercial breaks from Oola’s shift at the news desk. Well, one thing leads to another, and…he drops her into the pit.”
The pit, Carlson said, is where Ailes keeps hosts Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity. Ailes feeds the hosts fresh meat every so often in the form of either other Fox News anchors, or mischievous Jedi coming to bargain with him for swashbuckling space pirates’ lives.
“No one wants to be in the same room with Hannity or Bill, much less be eaten by them,” Carlson said, “so you can imagine that we were all pretty shaken up over Oola’s death.”
Roger Ailes could not be reached for comment, as he was out on his sail barge, casting people into the Pit of Carkoon.
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