Fox Information has settled a lawsuit filed by a former producer for Tucker Carlson Tonight who claimed harassment primarily based on her gender and Jewish faith, and that she was coerced in deposition testimony within the Dominion litgation.

Attorneys for Abby Grossberg stated that community settled the case for $12 million.

A Fox Information spokesperson stated in a press release, “We are pleased that we have been able to resolve this matter without further litigation.”

Grossberg’s lawsuit landed shortly earlier than Fox Information was scheduled to go to trial in Dominion Voting Methods’ defamation lawsuit. In her litigation, filed in New York federal court docket and in Delaware, Grossberg, who additionally had been on the employees of Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, claimed that she was coerced by Fox Information’ authorized group into giving deceptive deposition testimony because the community defended itself within the case. Her testimony may have factored within the defamation trial, however Fox settled the case with Dominion for $787.5 million.

Grossberg additionally claimed she was retaliated towards after she complained about illegal harassment primarily based on her gender and Jewish faith. She alleged that she was subjected to harassment by Alexander McCaskill and Justin Wells, then producers on Tucker Carlson Tonight. McCaskill and Wells additionally had been named as defendants within the lawsuit, as was Carlson. Since then, Fox Information dropped Carlson’s present, and McCaskill and Wells exited as nicely.

The lawsuit chronicled cases of what she described as a “toxic workplace culture,” with massive photos of Nancy Pelosi “in a plunging bathing suit revealing her cleavage” posted onto Grossberg’s laptop and in different spots within the workplace. She claimed that the employees at Carlson’s present :regularly engaged in group discussions, led by Mr. McCaskill, wherein misogynistic views of girls as objects to be judged solely primarily based on their look had been broadcasted.” In a single occasion, her lawsuit claimed, there was a dialogue of whether or not Tudor Dixon, a GOP candidate for governor, was “hotter and more f—able” than the incumbent, Gretchen Whitmer.

Grossberg gave interviews to NBC Information and different retailers to speak about her lawsuit, coming within the midst of extensive protection of the Dominion litigation. Fox Information fired Grossberg shortly after she filed her lawsuit, claiming that she was in possession of privileged info and was not approved to reveal it. The community additionally stated that her lawsuit was “riddled with false allegations against Fox and our employees.”

In a press release Grossberg stated, “Whereas I stand by my publicly filed claims and allegations, in mild of at the moment’s settlement of $12 million, pursuant to which I’ve now withdrawn these claims, I’m heartened that Fox Information has taken me and my authorized claims critically. I’m hopeful, primarily based on our discussions with Fox Information at the moment, that this decision represents a optimistic step by the Community relating to its remedy of girls and minorities within the office.

She added, “I will not comment further on my publicly filed disputes with Fox, but will continue to speak out on issues and causes that I believe in, including journalism, equality, dignity, and respect in the workplace.”

Her legal professional, Parisis Filippatos, stated, “I am certain that we will hear much from Abby in the future once she has taken some much-needed personal time to process the momentous events in her life over the past few years.”

This week, Fox Information introduced a brand new primetime lineup, with Jesse Watters Primetime filling Carlson’s former 8 p.m. ET time slot. The community reportedly let go the remaining staffers on Carlson’s present.