Defense attorney Evangeline Gomez told Fox News on Sunday that victims of so-called "upskirt" photos did not deserve legal protection if they made a "conscious choice" to wear revealing clothes. Last week, D. Superior Court Judge Juliet McKenna ruled that photos taken by Christopher Cleveland did not violate the law because women sitting above him on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial had placed their crotches and buttocks in the public domain. On Sunday, former prosecutor Jonna Spilbor explained to Fox News that the ruling was "ludicrous" because the judge said that "a woman's private parts will become public property by virtue of a wardrobe malfunction. Fox News host Peter Johnson Jr. A woman's hooha happens to be one of those.
These 7 Fox News Wardrobe Malfunctions on Live TV Will Leave You Horrified
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As Paulina Gretzky walked up a staircase at the U. Open, Fox News cameras were trailing closely behind. A little too closely, say some. But cameras seemed to be focused on her behind, as if waiting for a slip-up. After all, they suggested, Gretzky posts far more provocative images of herself on her own Twitter and Instagram accounts. This Fox cameraman should be embarrassed. I mean — really?!
Celeb nip slips really on accident?
We've all had an "oops" moment when we've put our foot in our mouth or done the wrong thing. When you're on television, that moment gets magnified, and if it goes viral, well, the moment could last forever. Watch the video here. While discussing a story Wednesday about the correlation between the pain of wearing high heel shoes and orgasm, Krishnan and Rivera walked around their anchor desk showing off their four-plus inch heels. That's when Rivera, while joking that the pain from her high heels "feels so good," lost her footing and went down on the studio floor, laughing out loud.
Former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle left the cable network after it opened an investigation into accusations of sexual misconduct — including whether she shared inappropriate photographs with coworkers — according to a report from Huffington Post on Friday. Any accusations of Kimberly engaging in inappropriate work-place conduct are unequivocally baseless and have been viciously made by disgruntled and self-interested employees. During her lengthy and decorated tenure with the company, Kimberly was beloved, well-respected, and supportive of anyone she ever met. Kimberly has happily moved onto the next chapter of her life and hopes others will do the same.