The avalanche of sexual harassment lawsuits and discrimination complaints facing Fox News continued to grow Monday, as two employees brought new suits and another joined an earlier racial discrimination filing against the cable news channel, its executives and its parent 21st Century Fox.

A black computer technician—whose accusations of racist behavior led to May 19′s dismissal of Bob Beckel, co-host of the network’s prime-time program “The Five,”—has also signed on for representation, said New York plaintiffs attorney Douglas Wigdor, who now represents 23 former and current employees of the network.

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