Meet Fox News' newest token sexist!
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Fox News might just be going through more scandals than our actual government right now.
Former anchor Andrea Tantaros already sued the network for a shocking $50 million last year, naming Bill O'Reilly and Roger Ailes as the co-conspirators of "a sex-fueled, Playboy Mansion-like cult, steeped in intimidation, indecency and misogyny."
The former The Five host added a second lawsuit to the mix on Monday, and she's now accusing top Fox News executives of creating a "criminal scheme" to continue harassing her online — and even using illegal electronic surveillance on her!
According to the complaint filed in a Manhattan federal court, Tantaros said former CEO Ailes and current co-president Bill Shine monitored her emails and listened to her phone calls, then conveyed "that they were doing so through cruel social media posts."
Tantaros claims that after she first complained about Ailes in 2015, the cable news network created "sockpuppet" Twitter accounts, AKA fake social media accounts to manipulate online conversations, to "cryptically let her know that she was under surveillance."
Examples of messages "designed" to make her paranoid include a tweet in June 2016 for an ad for the DVD of the 1957 film The Black Scorpion after a friend was hospitalized from a scorpion bite. The same month, she received a tweet about her brother Daniel's 2013 death the day after
Hulu came to play!
Proving to be unbothered by a little healthy competition, the video streaming service took a shot at Netflix in their latest advertisement — and Netflix's response was far from chill!
ICYMI, Hulu took aim by posting:
— hulu (@hulu) April 14, 2017
Several days later, Netflix fired back using a reference from their hit show, 13 Reasons Why:
Welcome to your tape https://t.co/juAMcd0jjU
— Netflix US (@netflix) April 18, 2017
On one hand, Twitter users were a bit upset with the company for "trivializing suicidal thoughts."
See some of the negative reactions (below):
A New York man was arrested at Coachella on Friday night after stealing over 100 phones from festival-goers!
According to new reports, Reinaldo De Jesus Henao, was caught red-handed after his victims used the "Find My Phone" feature on mobile devices, and actually tracked the thief down!
Sergeant Dan Marshall of the Indio Police Department explained:
"Some people inside the venue noticed that their phones were missing, so they used the app, you know, Find My iPhone, or however they were tracking it. Obviously, they weren't using their phone because their phone was gone. Enough people pinpointed it to this person, they notified security, they looked around, they saw a person with a backpack, they detained him and then they called us. When we got there, we discovered these hundred-plus cellphones in his backpack."
Reinaldo was arrested and charged with grand theft and possession of stolen property.
So far, about 20 of the phones have been returned to their rightful owners, with the rest turned into Coachella's Lost and Found.
See a pic of the crazy amount of devices (recovered):
A big win… and a big loss.
But wait — there's more.
According to published reports, even despite debuting at #1 in the U.K., Styles only did HALF of what Zayn Malik did when he debuted at #1 with Pillowtalk in 2016!
That's right — Styles clocked in at