Monday, July 10, 2017

Report: Charles Payne Accuser Called 'Female Predator'

Charles Payne, Scottie Hughes
A series of racy emails have emerged that were purportedly sent by news pundit Scottie Nell Hughes to Fox Business host Charles Payne during their three-year affair.

According to The Daily Mail, the emails come amid accusations by Hughes that Payne sexually harassed her and coerced her into the relationship with threats of reprisals - claims he denies.

Fox have suspended Payne in light of the allegations, but he says her claims are an 'ugly lie'.

Allegedly sent in September 2013, the emails graphically describe a sex dream Hughes supposedly had about the pair, as well as seeming innuendos, Red Alert Politics reported.

The emails, obtained by the site from an unnamed source and supposedly verified by two separate sources, are all purportedly from Hughes to Payne.

In a conversation with Red Alert Politics, one of Hughes’ former colleagues, who wished to remain anonymous, called her a “female predator.”

The website also spoke to Kristina Lee Hall, who worked with Hughes at the Tea Party Network and said Hughes was notorious for sleeping with men she thought might advance her career.

Hall said that on a visit to the Tea Party conference in October 2012, Hughes slept with a party organizer while Hall was in the room.

A month later Hall, at an election-night 'war room', she said she walked in on Hughes and a nationally syndicated radio DJ: 'his pants were undone, half of her clothes were off, his hair was disheveled.'

Red Alert Politics claimed that it spoke to six other sources who either confirmed these details or said they were not surprised by them.

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