A former employee of Fox News on Monday accused former on-air host Ed Henry of a “violent, painful” 2017 rape, in a lawsuit that targeted the network and some of its top on-air personalities of pervasive sexual harassment and misconduct.

The lawsuit, filed in Manhattan federal court under New York’s Human Rights Law and federal sex-trafficking laws, came with a “trigger warning” that alerted readers to “highly graphic information of a sexual nature, including sexual assault.”

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