Former Tucker Carlson producer claims to have 90 recordings from the network

 April 26, 2023

In the wake of Tucker Carlson's abrupt exit from Fox News, a former producer who worked with the cable news legend claims to have mountains of dirt. 

According to Breitbart, former Fox News producer Abby Grossberg, who has been involved in a legal fight with her former employer over a discrimination issue, claims to have 90 recordings of her time behind the scenes working for Carlson and other Fox News hosts.

Grossberg made the claims during a recent MSNBC interview.

It's unclear what all of the recordings have on them, but some revolve around the Dominion lawsuit regarding the claims that were made on various news programs about the integrity of the 2020 election.

"Multiple recordings"

Grossberg explained to MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace what she believes is going on with the recordings, and how she came about the 90 she claims to have.

"I know from my experience that there were multiple recordings on my devices that never turned up. Dominion said they didn’t have them. I gave Fox my phones. I literally said, take everything off the Otter app. It was their responsibility to go through everything."

She added: "The recordings I found during my own investigation into my own case in January of this year uncovered tapes of Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell and Trump’s team. I don’t know why they didn’t find that. I don’t know if that was recklessness or it was done purposefully. If it happened with me, it happened with other people too."

"Where are all of those recordings now? Did Dominion ultimately get them?" Wallace asked.

"I still have, I have several recordings that I’m still going through that we’ve recovered from all of the phones. There are 90 that we have. I don’t know what Fox turned over. I do know, based on what I’ve read, that they did hand over those Sidney and Rudy tapes to them. Fox should have everything. They really should."

What happened?

While speculation around Carlson's exit is still the hottest topic in the news industry, according to SFGate, Grossberg's lawsuit against the network might have played a significant role.

The outlet noted:

Grossberg, who worked as a producer for Carlson as recently as last month, is the plaintiff in two lawsuits against Fox that reportedly played a key role in the network's decision to part ways with its most popular host. In those lawsuits, Grossberg alleges that the network's lawyers coerced her into giving misleading testimony in the high-profile Dominion Voting Systems defamation case. She also claims she was bullied and subjected to sexist and antisemitic comments while working for Carlson.

The decision to let Carlson go, reportedly, was made by Rupert Murdoch.

Carlson reportedly only found out about his forced departure after emailing his producers about the topics of what would have been Monday night's show.

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