Skip to comments.WFAN host Joe Benigno accused of sexual harassment
Posted on 07/18/2018 9:30:50 PM PDT by conservative98
WFAN was run like a frat house, with drinking by employees starting as early as 10 a.m. and executives condoning buying prostitutes for ad clients, according to a shocking lawsuit filed Wednesday by a 40-year-old former CBS Radio ad exec.
Lauren Lockwood, who worked at WFAN from 2006 until last summer, claims the stations executives tolerated a hostile work environment that subjected her to sexual harassment.
On various occasions, WFAN host Joe Benigno pressured her into having a threesome, the lawsuit, filed in Brooklyn state court, claims.
Benigno whispered in [Lockwoods] ear about having threesomes with him and his wife and prostitutes, the suit claims.
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DAMN she NASTY! Sounds like sour grapes for being gang-rejected by the male staff for years.
Reminds me of Mary Katharine Ham
For 12 years??????????
The station where teh mornign co-host, Chris Carton, was arrested for fraud. And of course, the station that made Mike Fran-say-so a star.
Joe and his wife Terry Benigno
WFAN & Joe Benigno Sued for Sexual Harassment by Ex-Sales Rep [DOCS]: https://heavy.com/sports/2018/07/joe-benigno-wfan-lauren-lockwood-lawsuit/a>
Benigno Is Accused of Whispering in Lockwoods Ear About Having a Threesome With His Wife, of Showing Her a Photo of His Wife With a Prostitute & of Ranking Female Employees Based on Their Attractiveness
GMTA. If you have a problem, you leave. You don’t stay for over a decade figuring it out.
Who drinks at 10 in the morning?
Hope she doesn’t go Ogre the Speed Limit and get a ticket for Shrekless driving...
Maybe her swine doppleganger but, no way...
I feel ya, brother. That’s when I usually stopped drinking for my nap.
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