Even by Fox News standards, this is low!
Andrea Tantaros, who spewed political jackassery for years as co-host of the afternoon news/entertainment fare The Five, has filed a claim in a Palm Beach County court against the probate estate of her former boss, deceased former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.
The thing about Tantaros’ claim is that it’s unclear how much money it could involve.
Tantaros, who vanished from the propaganda outfit in 2016, wants to alert the judge in charge of administering Ailes’ ample fortune, including a $36 million-beachfront property in Palm Beach, she’s in the midst of two lawsuits against Ailes, Fox and others for sexual harassment, retaliation, cyber-stalking and unauthorized surveillance.
The cases have yet to be dealt with in a New York City court, but just in case she wins, Tantaros wants to make sure she’ll have access to the money Ailes left his family when he died while recovering from a fall at his Palm Beach home May 18.
He was 77 when he passed away.