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Fox Sports Executive Fired Over Another Series of Sexual Harassment Allegations

Adding to the troubles swarming around Fox, Fox Sports announced Monday afternoon that Jamie Horowitz, the executive credited with transforming the network into its modern-day incarnation, was removed from his position amid sexual harassment allegations.

A memo sent by Fox Sports Eric Shanks, and reported on by Sports Illustrated, informed employees that “Jamie Horowitz, President of National Networks for FOX Sports, will be leaving FOX Sports effective immediately. We realize this news may come as a surprise for many of you, but we are confident in this decision.”

According to the Los Angeles Times, Horowitz’s ousting comes less than a week after an investigation into sexual harassment allegations at the network began.

Shanks’s memo emphasized that all employed by the network “should act with respect and adhere to professional conduct at all times. These values are non-negotiable.”

All of Horowitz’s duties and responsibilities will be acquired by Shanks in the meantime.

Horowitz’s removal comes slightly more than a month after Bill O’Reilly‘s departure from Fox News under similar circumstances. Before that, the late Roger Ailes resigned amid another controversy of sexual harassment allegations.