The network denies Andrea Tantaros' surveillance claims.
Ex-host Andrea Tantaros says she has new documents to support her case.
Sexual harassment inflicts a serious emotional injury on its victims, not least of which is the loss of agency over the fate of one's career trajectory.
The network's ouster of Roger Ailes isn't enough, says the petition, signed by more than 36,000.
In her lawsuit, Tantaros called Fox News a “sex-fueled, Playboy Mansion-like cult, steeped in intimidation, indecency and misogyny.”
“An innocent person would jump at the chance for this kind of vindication,” her lawyer said.
The network has aired at least 19 different segments hyping "13 Hours" as an indictment of the former secretary of state.
"There is something here that’s not really believable: the fact that the rest of us have to share the title of human being with you,” he said.
“It’s not really believable," said Fox News host Andrea Tantaros.
Andrea Tantaros also criticized President Barack Obama for supporting the Muslim teen.