ABC News is now reportedly being sued by a female producer for alleged sexual misconduct and the creation of a toxic work environment.
As Fox News reports:
An ABC News producer filed a lawsuit Wednesday against former “Good Morning America” star producer Michael Corn, accusing him of sexual harassment and fostering a toxic work environment.
The bombshell suit filed in New York Supreme Court, which was first reported by the Wall Street Journal and confirmed by Fox News, alleges that the ex-ABC News figure assaulted “GMA” producer Kirstyn Crawford, 31, during a 2015 business trip to Los Angeles.
“While in an Uber to their hotel, Corn pulled Crawford’s head into his chest and began kissing her and rubbing her legs,” the lawsuit alleges. “Each time Crawford tried to pull away, Corn pulled her right back. Later that evening, after Crawford believed she had escaped to her hotel room, Corn came to Crawford’s room for the express purpose of attempting to have sex with her.”
The lawsuit also claimed Corn – who abruptly left ABC in April – sexually assaulted another ABC employee that reported to him, Jill McClain, who is not listed as a plaintiff. It alleges that Corm “assaulted McClain on two separate occasions—once on a redeye flight from Los Angeles to New York, and once in London—both times while traveling with McClain” for business.
The accused has denied any wrongdoing.
The lawsuit goes on to claim that ABC news did nothing to address Corn’s behavior which was allegedly well known within the company.
I guess Corn had intentions of “popping it”. Better luck next time working on your niblet.
Why is this a surprise. This is another liberal fake news outlet. Sex crimes are rampant in those organizations.
America Boycott the liberal Media