ABC News Producer Says Network Retaliated After Sexual Assault Accusation

ABC News Producer Says Network Retaliated After Sexual Assault Accusation
ABC news producer Kirstyn Crawford said the network retaliated against her after she filed a complaint early this year accusing her former boss, Michael Corn (pictured above), of assault.

Crawford filed a lawsuit with her accusations last month, detailing not only her assault accusation, but her accusation against ABC that leadership knew it but did nothing. In an amended version filed Wednesday, she said that after she formally complained to ABC in February, she was not given the option to renew her three-year contract in July, as staffers with those types of contracts “typically” are. Instead, she said, she was offered a six-month extension with no raise.

A representative for ABC news did not immediately return requests for comment. Crawford’s lawyer said they have no further comment beyond the amended complaint.

Crawford’s complaint was filed in August, but ABC and parent company Disney have maintained silence on the
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