“Plaintiff’s ploy of filing in Superior Court to justify her shameless publicity campaign against Roger Ailes should not be countenanced,” Ailes’s lawyers argued.Carlson’s lawyers responded in a statement: “Roger Ailes is trying to force this case into a secret arbitration proceeding …
I was a kid — I’d never seen a man’s privates before. He had a camera set up and a little desk and a script for me.
Ailes took me into this big office and locked the door with a key.
He reclined on a couch in a seating area under a map that had flags of all the cities they were syndicated in.
“I didn’t tell my husband, it was so mortifying,” said Marsha Callahan, a former model who says Ailes harassed her in the late ’60s, shortly before he would become Richard Nixon’s media Ailes is clearly trying to keep these stories out of the press and the courts.
Late on Friday, his lawyers filed a motion in federal court in New Jersey seeking to move Carlson’s lawsuit to arbitration, which would prevent witnesses from being called in court.