NEW YORK (AP) - A Fox News contributor who filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against former chief executive Roger Ailes is asking New York City's anti-discrimination agency to investigate the network.
Julie Roginsky posted screenshot on Twitter on Tuesday of letters sent by her attorneys to the city's Commission on Human Rights.
Her lawsuit, filed Monday, says a promised position on the Fox show "The Five" never happened after she rejected Ailes' sexual advances.
The letter was not a formal complaint to the commission, but the agency could choose to investigate on its own.
Human Rights Commission spokesman Seth Hoy said he could not comment.
Ailes left Fox News last summer. He has denied subjecting women to unwanted sexual advances.
A spokeswoman for Fox didn't immediately return a call seeking comment.