Former Writer For Megyn Kelly Show Claims It’s A Toxic And Demeaning Workplace

As if things couldn’t get any worse for Megyn Kelly, a writer for her show who was fired is now making some troubling comments about the work environment. He is not some hack fresh out of college either, he is an Emmy winning professional with a serious work history.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

Fired ‘Megyn Kelly Today’ Writer Alleges ‘Toxic, Demeaning’ Workplace

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A writer for Megyn Kelly’s NBC morning show, who was fired earlier this week, has levied allegations that the show’s two co-executive producers created a “toxic and demeaning” work environment.

Kevin Bleyer, an Emmy award-winning writer and commentator who previously worked for NPR, Bill Maher, Jon Stewart, and President Barack Obama, was fired from his post as head writer of “Megyn Kelly Today” Monday. On Tuesday, Bleyer emailed a series of documented complaints to colleagues after sharing the same information with NBC News President Noah Oppenheim and the organization’s human resources department. The email was made public in a piece published by the Daily Mail.

Bleyer alleged the show’s two co-executive producers, Jackie Levin and Christine Cataldi, were responsible for developing a workplace rife with “dysfunctional management, abusive treatment, maddening hypocrisy, staggering inefficiencies, acidic and deficient communication, and relentless scapegoating.”

“Jackie Levin persists in creating a toxic and demeaning environment, and Christine Cataldi enables and reinforces it,” Bleyer wrote in the email.

It seems like it’s been nothing but chaos for Megyn ever since she left FOX News.

 

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