It seems the dramatic fallout between Fox News and their once exhaulted, now ex-host Tucker Carlson continues to escalate as the network has sent a cease-and-desist letter, accusing Carlson of breaching his contract by launching his new show on Elon Musk's Twitter. Sources say that Fox News is still paying Carlson and claim his contract keeps his content exclusive to Fox till December 2024.
Intriguingly, Carlson's lead attorney, Harmeet Dhillon, a former SF GOP chair and advocate of free speech, is facing her own financial impropriety allegations after allegedly transferring $1.3 million from a nonprofit she leads to her own law firm. Despite the cease-and-desist letter, Carlson has gone ahead and released a new episode for his Twitter show, defiantly asserting that "Tucker will not be silenced by anyone." Continue reading the complete article on SFist →
Screenshot: @TuckerCarlson via Twitter