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Former ESPN host and legal analyst Adrienne Lawrence sued the network in federal court on Monday, claiming the company is “rife with misogyny” and asserting that she was fired after complaining about being sexual harassed by a senior anchor.
In the 84-page complaint, filed in United States District Court in Connecticut, Lawrence alleges that male employees kept scorecards for female colleagues and casually watched pornography and made sexually explicit comments.
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