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Brodus Clay’s sexually explicit texts to Fox Nation co-host

According to reports,  former WWE Superstar Brodus Clay, who is now known as Tyrus, was moved from his position as a host for Fox Nation television to another program after his co-host Britt McHenry accused him of sexual misconduct.

According to a report by Huffington Post, some texts that Brodus Clay allegedly sent to McHenry have now been revealed. Between November 2018 and January 2019, Tyrus had apparently sent sexually explicit texts such as:

“I love the fact your always working if we ever had sex I feel like after an orgazzum you say speaking of feeling good did see the story on the puppy rescue we should do a segment on it hand me my phone.”

McHenry allegedly replied: “Hahahahahaha” which is noted to be a way women try to change the topic in situations such as this.

He also allegedly sent her texts, where he said  “Just pull your boobs out now why don’t you” and “keep being negative and I’ll send you another dick pic.” thus implying he had sent her a picture of this nature before.

The report noted that: “According to multiple sources, Tyrus was not suspended while his conduct was investigated, something that confounded sources inside Fox News.”

Here is the statement that Fox News released on the matter, where they said: “While we are not at liberty to discuss the details of any employee matter, we follow strict protocols when matters such as these are brought to our attention, and we make no exceptions. The process works because of the extensive systems and measures we have instituted. This situation was independently investigated and we consider the matter resolved. We respect the confidentiality of all involved.”

“As we have previously said, this matter was immediately and thoroughly investigated by an outside law firm that was charged with providing us with independent factual findings and recommendations for action based on all of the evidence. We have consistently done this in other employee matters of this nature. All protocols were followed and the recommendations we received were appropriate and promptly implemented. We respect the confidentiality of our employees and their involvement in any HR process and therefore will not comment on the results of the investigation.”

We will keep you updated regarding this story once we learn more.

  • WTF

    There’s also a thing called civil discourse and that means you don’t bring things up that are going to cause problems, like politics, because you have more respect than that.

  • Luke

    Public discussion, buddy. Got as much a right to it as you do. It’s that “free speech” thing you bang on about when it suits you.

  • WTF

    Stay out of it, fuucktard. This don’t concern you.

  • Luke

    It’s interesting how the “snowflake” is demonstrably the least upset person in this thread…

  • Keith Learmonth

    My last line was accurate. Fox has a history of letting things like this slide.
    If facts are “political” now, it’s no wonder the USA is in the toilet right now.

  • WTF

    Stupid shiit. Snowflakes only come from one place and that’s the wrong side of the aisle and I damn sure come from the Right.

  • MT McGee

    Damn straight. It’s called personal responsibility. As an adult, you are responsible to control what you can. I know it’s a foreign concept to most people these days but if she didn’t do all she could do, I don’t feel sorry for her.

  • Bob Cass

    Aren’t you a little snowflake?

  • WTF

    No, motherfuucker, your comment was fine until your last line. You need to stop causing problems here.

  • Keith Learmonth

    It is an article about people who work for Fox News, a channel that has been historically known for downplaying this kind of thing. If you see that as a political statement, that’s on you. I was complaining about the network’s history with these kinds of allegations.

  • Steven Davis

    “I’m not defending his actions, but I will attack hers.”

  • MT McGee

    “McHenry allegedly replied: “Hahahahahaha” which is noted to be a way women try to change the topic in situations such as this.” This line is such BS. I’m not defending the man’s actions, but if she had a problem with the conversation then as an ADULT she needed to say “please don’t speak to me this way, I don’t appreciate it.” and if it had gone on past that, then she needs to get someone else involved. Done and done.

  • WTF

    Keep your fuucking politics out of this. WTF is wrong with you?

  • Soulshroude

    Why are these text being aired publicly when there may be some type of lawsuit pending?

  • Keith Learmonth

    Yikes. Those are bad.

    Even if she -was- into him, which it doesn’t sound like she was, those are like… really bad. Those would’ve killed off any potential interest, fast.

    But, it’s Fox News, so I suspect he won’t see a whole lot of backlash.