After going to great lengths to boost the platform’s ratings as one of its correspondents, Stacey Dash has learned that she has been fired by Fox News.
Dash was employed by the company in 2014 to serve as a correspondent on the show ‘Outnumbered’.
There, with hopes of making headlines, the weathered actress would spew controversial marks to appease the platform’s staunchly conservative audience and malign her creative brothers and sisters on the left.
Alas, this week has delivered news that she has been booted from the platform after it refused to renew her contract.
This news comes after the company’s former CEO Roger Ailes was accused of subjecting the 50-year-old to mild racial abuse in a $50 million sexual harassment lawsuit filed by Fox host Andrea Tantaros in 2016.
According to the lawsuit filed Monday in New York State Supreme Court, Mr. Ailes said during a private meeting with Ms. Tantaros in December 2014 that Harris Faulkner “has the tendency to look like the angry black woman.”
During the same meeting, the “Tied Up In Knots” author claimed that Mr. Ailes said, “I heard you were mean to the black girl,” after she and Stacey Dash had an on-air disagreement.
She also claimed Mr. Ailes referred to “The Five” co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle as a “Puerto Rican whore” and a “Puerto Rican street fighter.”
She’s yet to announce her next move.