McHenry contended that Tyrus sent her "unwanted and unsolicited text messages with lewd, sexual comments".
Update: Fox News has reached out to Ringside News for a statement which you can find here. When Fox News found out about this they simply moved him off of the "Un-PC" show and onto another show called, "NUFFSAID".
According to two sources who previously were employed by Fox News, Tyrus had a history of making jokes and comments in politically incorrect nature, adding that his sense of humor is considered to be "wild".
McHenry's complaint to management about the eccentric Fox personality wasn't all that surprising to some of his colleagues.
Former WWE Superstar Brodus Clay got some press yesterday that he really didn't want as allegations were aired out that he was sexually inappropriate with one of his female co-workers at Fox News.
The complaint against Tyrus did not come as a surprise to everyone at the network.
The Daily Beast also reported on behind-the-scenes issues with Tyrus at Fox, made from his appearances on various shows. In May, the network announced he got his own show on the streaming platform, omitting any direct mention of his exit from the show with McHenry. It was said by others with knowledge of Tyrus's professional environment that he had a long history of acting outwardly angry towards crew members.
McHenry joined Fox News past year after she was part of ESPN's widespread layoffs in 2017. The process works because of the extensive systems and measures we have instituted. He told The Hollywood Reporter's Jeremy Barr that he moved on because he wanted his own show, but had no interest in answering if that move was precipitated by anything McHenry-related. "We respect the confidentiality of all involved".