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She waited for him to be out before she spoke up': Anne Coulter calls out 'brave' Megyn Kelly after it was revealed star anchor 'claimed she was sexually harassed by Roger Ailes'
- Ann Coulter has called Megyn Kelly out for failing to come out against Roger Ailes sooner in the midst of his sexual harassment lawsuit
- Early Tuesday, New York Magazine reported that Kelly joined former Fox host Gretchen Carlson in claiming Ailes sexually harassed her
- 'I guess she waited for him to be out before she spoke up,' Coulter said
- The Murdoch family, owners of Fox News, have already reportedly given Ailes until August 1 to resign before they fire him
- Kelly reportedly told the Murdochs' lawyers that Ailes madeunwanted sexual advances towards her about 10 years ago
- Investigation into Ailes started earlier this month, after Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment suit against him
- 21st Century Fox has declined to comment on the story about Kelly
- Meanwhile, Ailes continues to work from Fox's New York office
Ann Coulter has insinuated that Megyn Kelly is a coward for failing to publicly take a stand against Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.
Earlier Tuesday, New York Magazine published a report claiming that Kelly has told 21st Century Fox lawyers that she too was sexually harassed by Ailes.
Kelly's claims are thought to be part of the reason by the Murdoch family, who own the right-leaning news channel, are reportedly forcing Ailes out of his position.
While never a Fox News employee, conservative pundit Coulter often appears on the network's shows as a commentator, and says she has heard of multiple employees who have been harassed by their boss.
When asked about Kelly's alleged claims that she was the target of unwanted sexual advances from Ailes 10 yeras ago, when Kelly was a legal correspondent at Fox's Washington, DC bureau, Coulter was disappointed more details weren't released.
'Thatís it?' Coulter said. 'Oh boy, I have better details than that, from every woman who has ever been employed by Fox, which I have not.'
She also critiqued Kelly for not speaking up sooner. Reports about Kelly's interview with lawyers come less than two weeks after former Fox host Gretchen Carlson filed a lawsuit against Ailes for sexual harassment.
21st Century Fox, Fox News' parent company, hired a law firm to look into the claims after the suit was filed.
'I guess she waited for him to be out before she spoke up,' Coulter said, adding that it was 'very brave of Megyn to wait until the last moment.'