Charles Payne Returns to Fox Business After ‘Sexually Harassing’ His White Mistress

*Fox Business host Charles Payne returned to the network last week after being suspended in July for sexual harassing his white mistress.

But not just any ‘ol ordinary white woman, Scottie Niel Hughes, a former frequent guest on Fox Business and Fox News who claims she carried on a three-year relationship with Payne in hopes of becoming a paid contributor on the networks. However, she was barred from the network when she attempted to report sexual harassment by Payne.

He has acknowledged that he had a three-year “romantic relationship” with the woman.

“As many of you know, I’ve been on leave the past couple months,” Payne said at the top of his show Friday. “The situation has been reviewed and concluded.”

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"Varney & Co." host Charles Payne reports on the stock market opening a day after a 500+ point sell off at FOX Studios on August 5, 2011 in New York City.

Charles Payne 

An internal investigation into the sexual harassment allegations has been completed and while the results of the probe were not immediately clear, Payne’s return to Fox indicates that it did not find evidence of wrongdoing.

At the time of his suspension, Fox Business Network said in a statement: “We take issues of this nature extremely seriously and have a zero-tolerance policy for any professional misconduct. This matter is being thoroughly investigated and we are taking all of the appropriate steps to reach a resolution in a timely manner.”

Payne is just one of several narcissistic and horny perverts occupying the hallways and newsrooms of Fox. As noted by The Hill, last year, Roger Ailes, the former Fox News CEO, was ousted amid sexual harassment allegations from former “Fox & Friends” co-host Gretchen Carlson.

And Bill O’Reilly was dropped in April amid revelations that he and Fox News had paid millions of dollars to settle sexual harassment lawsuits from five women.

Another Fox News host, Eric Bolling, was suspended last month after HuffPost reported that he sent lewd photographs to three female colleagues. Over the weekend, his son reportedly committed suicide because he couldn’t emotionally handle the embarrassment from his father’s termination.







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