Fox News Sued: Blonde Analyst Scottie Nell Hughes Now Claims House Negro Host Charles Payne RAPED Her

Charles Payne was recently reinstated at Fox News on the same day that white host Eric Bolling was terminated. My July post on the Payne-Hughes affair covered the original allegations and suspension of Payne.

What’s new is that the skanky adulteress Scottie Nell is accusing Charles Payne of raping her, whereas before he was merely pressuring her into adultery.

Daily Mail

Frequent Fox News guest Scottie Nell Hughes has claimed Fox Business host Charles Payne raped her in a shocking lawsuit.

The suit, filed in a New York district court on Monday, claims that in July 2013, Payne ‘pressured his way’ into Hughes’ hotel room before telling her ‘you know you want this’ and raping her.

DID SHE WANT IT?

After privately speaking to Fox lawyers about the supposed incident last year, the suit alleges, she was blackballed by the network, leading to her losing out on a job in the Trump administration.

And when she went public about the abuse, Fox released private emails between her and Payne in an effort to smear her name, the shock legal filing says.

Hughes, 37, has previously accused Payne, 56, of sexually harassing her and pressuring her into an ongoing relationship with the threat of taking away her appearances on Fox. Both are married.

But this is the first time the host – who presents Making Money with Charles Payne on Fox Business – has been accused of rape.

The suit, which was filed by attorneys Douglas H Wigdor, Jeanne M Christensen and Michael J Willemin, names Payne, Fox News and 21st Century Fox, among others, as defendants.

It alleges gender motivated violence, gender discrimination, retaliation and defamation.

It says that Payne and Hughes first started working together in April 2013, initially when he hosted Cavuto and then again as fellow panelists on Hannity.

It says that Payne offered to mentor Hughes in the months afterward, and that around July 9, Payne began pressuring her to give him her hotel room number over several hours.

She relented and agreed to a private conversation with him that night, the suit claims, but when he came to her room he began to sexually assault her, saying ‘You know you want this.’

Despite Hughes repeatedly telling Payne ‘no,’ he continued and she stopped fighting back, fearing ‘irreparable physical harm,’ the suit claims.

‘After he raped her, Payne disturbingly announced on his way out, “This changes things.”‘ the suit says.

In the years afterward, Payne then pressured her into maintaining an affair by citing other ‘relationships’ between male Fox hosts and female guests, and told her that as a woman she needed a man ‘to go to bat’ for her, the suit claims.

He also suggested that he might be able to get Hughes the coveted ‘contributor’ status at Fox, which would mean she would be paid for exclusive appearances rather than commenting for free, according to the suit.

She had worked as a contributor for CNN during the presidential election.

The lawsuit claims that Hughes tried to shut down the relationship repeatedly, but that Payne responded ‘angrily and violently’ with ‘profanity-laced tirades’.

The suit also claims that ‘on several occasions, when Payne was angry with her, he forcibly grabbed Ms Hughes in such a way that bruises were left on her arms.’

ADULTERERS WITH SPOUSES.

Payne has previously denied the claims of sexual harassment made by Hughes as ‘an ugly lie I vehemently deny to my core’.

When contacted about the new allegations, Payne’s lawyer, Jonathan Halpern of Foley & Lardner LLP, said in a statement: ‘My client Charles Payne vehemently denies any wrongdoing and will defend himself vigorously against this baseless complaint.

‘We are confident that when the evidence is presented in this case, Mr. Payne will be fully vindicated and these outrageous accusations against him will be confirmed as completely false.’

After Hughes finally called an end to the relationship with Payne in June 2015, the suit claims, Payne threatened to drop her from Fox altogether.

And when she remonstrated, it claims, former co-president Bill Shine took the side of Payne, whom he favored.

Her appearances on Fox dwindled and she was finally cut off in March 2016, allegedly after Payne’s wife complained to Shine about her husband’s relationship with Hughes.

That blacklisting led to her losing several potential roles in the Trump administration, after it found out she was ‘not bookable’ on Fox, the suit says.

Her booker was told by someone at another network that other channels were avoiding her because she ‘had an affair with someone at Fox and we were told not to book her.’

If I had the misfortune to be married to Scottie Nell, I’d dump the cheating mudshark.

Her story reeks of bullshit, but so does Payne’s. They’re both lying.

Fox needs to dump Payne at the same time that Scottie Nell’s hubby dumps her. Everybody in this story stinks, including Fox.

College Coed, 20, Charged for Sex with 14 Year Old Boy

BUSTED! TAYLOR ASHTON MOSELEY. HOT FOR AN UNDERAGE BOY.

Liberals preach sex anytime, with anyone, anyplace. At least Taylor Moseley had sex with a male. You should know that females are now the majority of students on college campuses. Taylor’s opportunity to get a boyfriend would be limited, unless she wanted to share him with another girl. Some 14 year old males look much older. Taylor may be able to use that for her defense at trial, if her paramour has an adult look about him.

Daily Mail

A 20-year-old woman has been arrested for having a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old boy she met through a mutual friend, police said.

Taylor Ashton Moseley, a college student who works at the bar JM’s Place in Surf City, North Carolina, met the teen through a coworker, ABC reported.

The boy’s mother found out about the alleged relationship, and Moseley now faces statutory rape among other charges.

Moseley, who is a student at East Carolina University, worked at JM’s Place with a friend who introduced her to the 14-year-old boy, police said.

The two had a sexual relationship in May before the teen’s mother found out and contacted social services, according to police.

Moseley, who turned herself in to the magistrate’s office, is held on $225,000 bond.

She is charged with statutory rape, statutory sex offence with a a child, and indecent liberties with a child.

Heavy found this video interview of Taylor.

Heavy also reports that Taylor is facing up to 50 years in prison, if convicted.

Race-Mixing Coed Accused of Lying about Rape Claims Mental Illness

NIKKI YOVINO. ADMITTED TO CONSENSUAL SEX WITH TWO NEGROID FOOTBALL PLAYERS AT SCHOOL PARTY.

In previous posts about the shifting stories told by Nikki Yovino, the press has been quoted as saying that Nikki admitted to police that her group sex session with two Negroid football players was consensual, after filing a police report claiming that she was raped.

Her lawyer is doing what any good defense attorney is doing–trying to get his client off.

fox News

A former university student accused of lying about being raped by two university football players is seeking to have the charges against her dismissed.

The Connecticut Post reports former Sacred Heart University student Nikki Yovino filed an application in court Friday saying she’s suffering from a psychiatric disability.

The 19-year-old South Setauket, New York, native will undergo a psychological evaluation. A judge will decide whether she qualifies for a pretrial diversionary program. If she qualifies and completes that program she could have the charges dismissed.

Prosecutors say they’ll contest Yovino’s request. They previously offered her a plea deal with a two-year prison sentence.

Yovino accused two Sacred Heart football players of sexually assaulting her during an October party. The players said the sex was consensual. Police say Yovino later admitted making up the allegations.

Police allege Yovino lied because she was worried another student would lose romantic interest in her when it became known she had sex with the two players.

Her lawyer said last month she stood by her account that the two players from the university in Fairfield sexually assaulted her in a bathroom during an off-campus party.

The New York Post picks up the backstory that Fox omits.

Police said Yovino told them on Oct. 15 that she attended a Sacred Heart football club party and claimed two men took her into a bathroom and sexually assaulted her.

“I don’t want to be in here, I don’t want to do anything,” she claimed to have told the men. “My friends are waiting for me outside, let me go outside.”

Both men admitted having sex with Yovino, but claimed it was consensual. Witnesses also told police that it appeared the teen went into the bathroom willingly with the men.

“She admitted that she made up the allegation of sexual assault against (the football players) because it was the first thing that came to mind and she didn’t want to lose (another male student) as a friend and potential boyfriend,” according to the affidavit. “She stated that she believed when (the other male student) heard the allegation it would make him angry and sympathetic to her.”

There’s a good bit of writing on the Internet sympathetic to the Negroid football players. I don’t care about them. They need to be taught to keep their paws off white women.

But Yovino does deserve jail time and then shunning by the white community. She crossed the color line in a quickie group sex setting.
Actually, in the recent past that would have been enough to see her tarred and feathered and run out of town. Since that’s not politically correct anymore, let’s see her do hard prison time.

White Fox News Babe Accuses Black Fox Host of Sexual Harassment AFTER HE ENDED THEIR AFFAIR

SCOTTIE NELL HUGHES. MARRIED, LIKES DARK MEAT ON THE SIDE.

CHARLES PAYNE, MUH DIK GOT HIM IN TROUBLE.

Blonde mudshark Scottie Nell Hughes admits she went after a black guy who could help her TV career. Now, I expect she’ll be seeking a payout from Fox as a reward for her whoring.

Daily Caller

Fox Business Network suspended host Charles Payne Thursday night after political commentator Scottie Nell Hughes accused him of sexual harassment.

The “Making Money” host has been suspended pending further investigation, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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

Payne admitted to having an affair from 2013 to 2016 with Hughes, a former CNN employee who was often a guest on Fox News. Hughes is married. He made a statement to the National Enquirer Wednesday, apologizing to his family and friends.

With Trump:

With husband:

The sexual harassment allegations came after Hughes went to Fox News’ law firm and accused Payne of misconduct, saying that he snubbed her after she tried to end the affair in 2015. She told her lawyer that she continued the affair “because she believed he would help her chances of landing a position at the network,” according to LA Times’ sources. She alleges that Payne threatened unfavorable consequences if she did not acquiesce.

Now Hughes is targeting Payne, arguing that her appearances on the network declined remarkably after she ended their relationship.

Payne’s attorney, Neal Pavel, said that Payne “categorically denies” committing any kind of sexual harassment.

These accusations of sexual harassment follow similar allegations against Fox News’ founder Roger Ailes and evening talk show host Bill O’Reilly.

Watch Scottie Nell talking about Donald Trump and sex on CNN:

Honors Student Committed Suicide After Accusing Rich Powerful Older Man of Rape

MEGAN RONDINI. SUICIDE BY HANGING.

Before laying out the issues in the tragic suicide of Megan Rondini, be aware that the comments at the Daily Mail are very much sympathetic toward her.

Now, for the issues:

1. We have a college girl who drinks alcohol and passes out. I once was part of a group of white males who loaded a passed out girl into her girlfriend’s car after a group of Mexican males tried to spirit her away, presumably to have sex with her unconscious body. I guess we’re lucky we didn’t get shot. It’s not clear from the details in this story how the girl ended up at the home of her alleged rapist.

2. A very important part of the story here revolves around the fact that the alleged rapist was 34 and comes from a very wealthy, politically connected family. You have to ask yourself if, like Hillary Clinton, he’s too big to jail. Since the girl was allegedly passed out, could he have put a date rape drug in her drinks? Some facts not reported in the Daily Mail story can be read at the Tuscaloosa News

3. Alabama rape law requires that a rape victim MUST physically resist (kicking, punching, etc.) or else there is no rape. Is this a fair law?

4. The dead girl supposedly stole her alleged rapist’s gun. She said she did so in order to protect herself from him. Police and the DA were ready to charge her with theft. Does this seem fair?

5. Can you reason out a broad message for both males and females from this tragedy? I assume that men prefer not to be accused of rape. Likewise, I assume that women prefer not to be victims of sexual assault.

Not only does there seem to be a male-female divide in this story, but also a strong class divide, along with a possibly corrupt legal system.

Daily Mail

A college student may have been driven to suicide after she was turned on by police when she accused a powerful man of rape.

University of Alabama honors student Megan Rondini, 20, reported in July 2015 that she was sexually assaulted after a night of drinking.

The man whom she only knew as ‘Sweet T’ turned out to be business man TJ Bunn, 34, the son of an influential Tuscaloosa family.

In an explosive account published by Buzzfeed News, Megan’s family reveals how she never imagined she’d been viewed as a criminal and that investigators would find Bunn to be the true victim.

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Beautiful White Girl Has Consensual Sex with Two Negro Footballers, Then Claims Rape to Gain Sympathy from Cucked Boyfriend

As a school party raged on, 18 year old Nikki Yovino allegedly invited two Negro football players at her school to go into a tiny, dirty bathroon and **** her brains out.

Negros, never ones to turn down white *****, eagerly complied with her request. I suppose we had a case of double penetration here.

After the sordid encounter things took an interesting turn, a turn that could put her sorry *** in prison for five years.

If the story you are about to read is true, then let Nikki Yovino start a new campus organization upon her release from prison. We can call it Black D*cks Matter.

CT Post

BRIDGEPORT — It was another harrowing case of an alleged rape occurring at an off-campus drinking party of underage college students.

In this instance, a teen claimed she was repeatedly raped by two Sacred Heart University football players in a tiny basement bathroom while the party raged on.

But months after the players were dismissed from the team and had withdrawn from the school 18-year-old Nikki Yovino confessed she had made the rape allegations up to gain the sympathy of a prospective boyfriend, police said.

On Wednesday, Yovino, of South Setauket, N.Y., was charged with second-degree false reporting of an incident and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.

The tampering charge is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

After surrendering to police here, Yovino was released after posting $150,000 bond. She is scheduled to be arraigned in Superior Court on March 3.

“She admitted that she made up the allegation of sexual assault against (the football players) because it was the first thing that came to mind and she didn’t want to lose (another male student) as a friend and potential boyfriend,” the police arrest warrant affidavit states. “She stated that she believed when (the other male student) heard the allegation, it would make him angry and sympathetic to her.”

Yovino’s lawyer, Mark Sherman, of Stamford, said he hadn’t seen the arrest warrant affidavit but continued, “My client denies the allegations and stands by her original story.”

In the arrest affidavit, Detective Walberto Cotto Jr. said that last October a university official told him both players had been academically suspended by SHU because of the sexual assault allegation.

Cotto also wrote in the affidavit that one of the players “lost a year of NCAA sports eligibility and his Division 1 NCAA football scholarship.” A source with knowledge of investigation told Hearst Connecticut Media that the other player also lost his scholarship.
Sacred Heart University disputed some of those assertions.

“The federal Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act prevents us from providing information about specific students. However, I can say that some of the early information that was released is inaccurate,” SHU communications director Deb Noack said in the statement. “Sacred Heart never expelled the two students nor was any student stripped of scholarships because of any allegations.

“Whenever there is any kind of incident at Sacred Heart University, we go to great lengths to ensure due process for all parties involved,” Noack said. “The way that this particular case is playing out certainly demonstrates the validity of our procedures.”

The names of the two students, one of whom has since returned to SHU, are being withheld by Hearst Connecticut Media. The lawyer for one of the students said his client does not want to comment on Yovino’s arrest and wants to put the incident behind him.

According to the arrest affidavit, when police Detective Walberto Cotto Jr. pressed Yovino about inconsistencies in her original statement, she admitted she had made up the allegations against the two young men in the hope of gaining sympathy from a prospective boyfriend.

On Oct. 15, police were dispatched to St. Vincent’s Medical Center for a sexual assault complaint. Police said Yovino told them she had attended a Sacred Heart football club party the night before at a house at Lakeside Drive here.

Police said the girl claimed the two men pulled her into a bathroom in the basement of the house.

“I don’t want to be in here, I don’t want to do anything. My friends are waiting for me outside, let me go outside,” police said she claims she told the men.

Police said Yovino told them they held her down and each took a turn sexually assaulting her.

Police said both men admitted having sex with Yovino in the bathroom, but said it was consensual. Both students agreed to withdraw from the university after they were stripped of their scholarships and as they were about to go before a disciplinary hearing.

Cotto later questioned Yovino again after others students told them it appeared Yovino had gone willingly into the bathroom with the men. One student said he had overheard Yovino telling the men she wanted to have sex with them, the affidavit said.

So, tell me this: How is a decent young white man supposed to find a good wife and start a family in this sick, sick, sick American culture?

Burn the coal, pay the toll. Another mudshark coming to a bad end. I just hope no white male is stupid enough to marry her.

10 Black Football Players Who Allegedly Raped Mudshark Will NOT be Prosecuted

THE FOOTBALL PLAYERS. THEIR NAMES DON’T MATTER.

Although the race of the female victim in this case of athlete worhip has not been named by the press or anywhere on the Internet that I could find, I speculate from her statements that she’s white. The language pattern she uses suggests a white female.

The Internet meme accurately portrays the black stereotype, which suggests that the black male is obsessed with having “muh dik” engage in sexual activity with white females.

New York Daily News

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Ten suspended Minnesota football players will not face charges in connection with an alleged sexual assault near campus, prosecutors announced Friday after taking a second look at the case.

Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman had previously declined to charge the players in connection with the September incident that triggered suspensions, possible expulsions, talk of a bowl game boycott and questions of whether head coach Tracy Claeys should continue with the Gopher football program. But the school’s own investigation unearthed the troubling details of the female victim’s sexual assault by 10 to 20 men on the team after their season-opening victory.

After reviewing that report, Freeman stood by his November decision, saying the school’s investigation didn’t add sufficient evidence to warrant criminal charges.

“That report shined a light on what can only be described as deplorable behavior,” Freeman said in a statement. He said he would have no further comment because the university’s appeal process was continuing.

Lee Hutton, the players’ attorney, didn’t immediately respond to a phone message or email seeking comment. The university said in a statement it respects Freeman’s decision, but noted their own suspensions of the players stem from different standards and policies than the criminal process Freeman worked through.

The school suspended the 10 players after completing its own investigation, the results of which it kept private, citing federal privacy laws. But a local TV station published a redacted copy of the 82-page report which quoted the woman as saying she believed 10 to 20 men had sex with her, though she was not certain. She told university investigators she was too traumatized to clearly remember events.

The report concluded that the victim’s account of that night was more credible than the players it interviewed, and said some players tried to impede the university’s investigation into the incident.

Soon after the report was leaked, remaining members of the football roster — who had vowed to boycott Tuesday’s Holiday Bowl unless their teammates were reinstated — relented , going on to beat Washington State 17-12.

The case dates to the start of the season. Five players — Carlton Djam, Dior Johnson, KiAnte Hardin, Ray Buford Jr. and Tamarion Johnson — told police they had consensual sex with the woman at an off-campus dorm. Four of them were suspended for three games early in the season, but later reinstated in October.

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