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 …

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