Debbie Schlussel, the woman who is now accusing Sean Hannity of sexually harassing her, has conveniently changed her story after Hannity threatened to sue her.
Schlussel’s accusations came just days after Fox News terminated veteran host Bill O’Reilly.
Hannity wasn’t willing to take any chances and made sure to let Schlussel know that there would be consequences for her accusations.
Now, Schlussel is claiming that she never accused Hannity of sexually harassing her.
Already the story changes;https://t.co/0g9aAm6hdl
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) April 24, 2017
She spoke with LawNewz today, where she tried to suggest that no sexual harassment took place.
“I would never accuse him of that. Sexual harassment has a special meaning under the law, and I would never accuse him of that,” Schlussel, an attorney herself, said. Schlussel said the interaction happened in the early 2000’s when Hannity was in Detroit taping a show.
“He tried to get me to go back to the hotel after the show after he and his executive producer Bill Shine treated me horribly,” she said on the radio program. Schlussel later clarified that it wasn’t his hotel room, but rather his hotel. She told LawNewz.com that she did go on the show following the incident, but after that was “banned from Fox News.”
“I never thought I was sexually harassed by Sean Hannity, I thought he was weird and creepy not someone I liked,” Schlussel said.