A former Fox News contributor received a multimillion-dollar settlement from the network after alleging that she was sexually assaulted by an executive at the company. Holder, who joined the network in and has appeared on Hannity and guest hosted The Five, approached Fox News' executive vice president for business and legal affairs Dianne Brandi back in September and alleged that she had been sexually assaulted by Francisco Cortes. She alleged that Cortes, the vice president of Fox News Latino, tried to force her into performing oral sex on him when the two were alone in his office according to four individuals with knowledge of the situation who spoke with The New York Times. Holder, 37, said she waited so long to come forward because she was afraid she would lose her job. In addition to paying out millions, the network also terminated Cortes, who in was personally selected by Roger Ailes as the first member of the disgraced CEO's apprentice program. Fox News and Holder released a joint statement on Wednesday night about the settlement. Holder notified Fox News of the alleged incident, the Company promptly investigated the matter and took decisive action, for which Ms.
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