Former WWE Superstar Brodus Clay and Fox News, parent company of Fox Nation where Clay is a host, are being sued by Britt McHenry for sexual harassment. Clay has been known as “Tyrus” since leaving WWE.

The lawsuit from Britt McHenry claims: “Fox News publicly says it now has ‘zero tolerance’ for sexual harassment. This is a dangerous lie. In practice, Fox News remains a sanctuary for sexual harassers, coddling and enabling the men who abuse female employees.”

Tyrus’ attorney has released a statement on the matter to The Wrap. They expect this lawsuit to be thrown out because it has no merit.

“As we have previously stated, Ms. McHenry’s allegations have been fully investigated and we are confident our actions will be deemed entirely appropriate in litigation. We expect all of her claims to be dismissed,” the spokesperson said.


We’ll keep an eye on this case for any updates. Tyrus’ attorney doesn’t seem to think that his client will be found guilty of any wrong-doing. McHenry has previously claimed to have evidence so we will see what the court decides.

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