Ex-Fox producer said she gave misleading testimony in Dominion case 'to keep my job'

on-camera interview that she "regrets" her role in the network's coverage of the election. Grossberg says she regrets her role in Fox's coverage of the election.

Ex-Fox producer said she gave misleading testimony in Dominion case 'to keep my job'


Abby Grossberg told NBC News in her first TV appearance that she had been "bullied, coerced and intimidated" to protect the right-ring media in order to keep her position.

Grossberg said that it was a terrible feeling because she knew that she had been bullied, intimidated and forced into saying this to keep her job.

Grossberg replied, "I made the decision to stay in my job because I need to pay my bills." I made the decision to keep my job because it seemed safer at the time.

Her comments are similar to what she said in an interview last week with CNN's Oliver Darcy. She said that she filed the suit to protect her reputation and expose the "lies and deceit" she claims is prevalent at the right-wing channel.

Fox News denies all her accusations and that its lawyers engaged in any improper conduct with Grossberg. Fox News denies any wrongdoing regarding the Dominion case and claims it did not defame anyone.

Grossberg, who filed explosive lawsuits last week in New York and Delaware, accused Fox News lawyers pressuring her to provide misleading testimony in the Dominion Case -- testimony which would protect the network's top talent. She has since filed a lawsuit and submitted new sworn evidence in the Dominion case, which undermines Fox's defenses.

In her lawsuit, she also claimed that while working at Fox News, she was subjected a toxic work environment. The network has strongly denied these accusations.

Grossberg was terminated from Fox News after filing her lawsuit. In a press release, the right-wing network claimed that Grossberg violated corporate policies and improperly disclosed legally privileged information.

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