Learn all the facts behind former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros’ plastic surgery.
Andrea Tantaros is well-renowned as one of the past hosts of “The Five” and “Outnumbered” at Fox News. The 41-year-old last featured on the conservative news station in April 2016.
Initially, Tantaros was excluded from the channel on contractual grounds. In 2013, Sean Hannity said Tantaros “stood out as a rising bright young, smart, conservative star.”
In August 2016, Andrea filed a complaint against the corporation alleging Fox News CEO Roger Ailes had sexually abused her in 2015.
Tantaros made similar allegations against the defamed Fox News host Bill O’Reilly and actor Dean Cain. Tantaros stated she was demoted to a string of “graveyard” roles before she left Fox News.
Lately, Andrea Tantaros is making the rounds for her alleged plastic surgery. Is there any truth to it? Let’s find out.
Truth About Andrea Tantaros’ Plastic Surgery Speculations
Andrea Tantaros is currently a subject of plastic surgery speculations on social media. Did she really go under the knife? There’s only one way to find out.
We contrasted Andrea’s recent images with how she looked in the past. Upon close inspection, it does seem like she performed plastic surgery. However, it’s not easy to point out the exact procedures.
Judging by her unnaturally looking beautiful face, it seems quite obvious she meddled with cosmetic surgeries to get a gorgeous appearance.
Andrea most likely used Botox injections to get a wrinkle-free face. Likewise, she looks to have performed a facelift surgery. In addition, we guess she had cheek fillers to raise the volume around her cheekbones.
Meanwhile, we gotta admit we cannot guarantee the precise plastic surgery procedures the former news host opted for until she sheds light on this issue.
Therefore, it’s going to remain pure speculations for now, although we’re quite certain about Botox and facelift. However, the rest of the plastic surgery operations, if any, shall remain a mystery for the time being.
Court Dismissed Andrea Tantaros’ Claims Fox News Spied on Her
Former Fox news anchor Andrea Tantaros’ allegations that her employers hacked her files, listened to personal voice calls, and illegally filmed her at work were denied by a federal judge in May 2018.
U.S. District Court Judge George B. Daniels stated Tantaros had failed to provide any facts to back up her claims that she had been monitored by Fox News executives in retribution for filing sexual assault charges against them.
The verdict also rejected Tantaros’ assertion that Fox News and its executives had deliberately tried to cause psychological trauma through their actions.
Andrea, former co-host of the Fox News shows “The Five” and “Outnumbered,” made surveillance accusations against the network and some of its chief execs in April 2017.
The allegation emerged when a state Supreme Court judge ordered that her sexual misconduct complaint against Fox News should be taken before the arbitrator as mandated in her contract.
In a case filed in August 2016, Andrea blamed Fox News of taking her off the air in retribution for bringing a sexual harassment lawsuit against Roger Ailes, the former chief executive of the division. He was overthrown in July 2016 as a result of a sexual abuse scandal that ravaged the network.
Ailes, who passed away in May 2017, is mentioned in the suit along with former Fox News co-chairman Bill Shine. Tantaros also suspected Fox News of conducting a cover-up and propagating a corporate system of “intimidation, indecency, and misogyny” and suggested that the 21st Century Fox organization was “operated like a sex-fueled Playboy Mansion cult.”
Fox News reported Andrea Tantaros had been pulled from the air after she failed to authorize the corporation to review her book, “Tied Up in Knots,” before she advertised it on the network. Many Fox News hosts and anchors are contractually obliged to get their written works approved by the organization.
Tantaros’ lawsuit was one of two dozen charges of wrongdoing against Ailes.
The executive was compelled out of the channel he founded two weeks after being prosecuted by former anchor Gretchen Carlson, who claimed to have thwarted her professional life after she rejected his sexual advances and started complaining about a hostile working environment.
Fox News dismissed most of the charges, with its parent firm contributing $20 million to Carlson.
Still Fighting to Have Sexual Harassment lawsuit Heard in Open Court
The ex-Fox News host is not ending her attempts to get her sexual assault charges heard in a state court against the company.
Andrea Tantaros requested Federal Judge Andrew Carter of the Southern District of New York to uphold his December ruling, which maintains her lawsuit in the federal court so that she can appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeal for the Second Circuit. If the case continues in the district judge, it is likely to move towards arbitration.
The 41-year-old originally sued former Chief Executive Officer Roger Ailes, former Chief Executive Officer of Fox and Deputy Chief Communications Officer of White House Bill Shine, and many others in the New York State Court.
A New York Statute, enacted following the #MeToo campaign, forbids mandatory arbitration for sexual assault cases; she puts forward an argument to have her case presented in open court.
Andrea Tantaros’ lawyers wrote in February:
If mandatory arbitration of sexual harassment claims is unconscionable under New York law, (New York law) would not be preempted by the (Federal Arbitration Act).
It permits nonenforcement of arbitration agreements on ‘such grounds as exist at law or in equity for the revocation of any contract.’
The disclosures in both the state and federal courts are the newest in the legal battles among Tantaros, the former co-host of “The Five,” the platform and its former execs, which originated from the TV presenter initially accusing sexual harassment in 2016.
She claims the late Ailes made derogatory remarks about her appearance, made sexual advances against her, and exiled her to the “graveyard” on-air time slot after she refused him.
Andrea also claims she was sexually assaulted by the Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, according to legal filings and news stories.
State Supreme Court Justice David B. Cohen decided in January 2017 the binding arbitration provision of the Andrea Tantaros settlement for 2014 was legitimate and is subject to the Federal Arbitration Act.
The reasoning as to whether the response should be referred back to an open court is likely to determine if the federal act overrides any state statute.