A commentator on Fox News and former ESPN reporter, Britt McHenry unearthed in a tweet on Thursday that she is diagnosed with a brain tumor and will expect to experience surgery. McHenry, 33-year-old, mumbled surgery is looming. McHenry was not first willing to share the news but later revealed. She said that she was striving to keep the news confidential after undergoing an MRI on her back and neck a few days but eventually chose to share diagnosis on Twitter.
Britt McHenry notified her followers on Monday, that she was preparing for an “MRI tomorrow for neck and brain.” She was pretty anxious and conceded that she never went through such a mode. Heeding her appointments, McHenry updated her social media statuses. She clarified that she had “good and bad news Today”. She exhorted others to “make your check-ups” and “get an MRI early.” “IT could have saved me,” she wrote in the tweet. Staying tough, the television personality added that her diagnosis is “just another thing to take on.” “I was aiming to keep this relatively private,” she wrote in the tweet. “But as usual, things are being said without my approval. I have a brain tumor. I’m with a remarkable medical team and surgery is near. Thank you for ceaseless support and understanding at this time.”
Several of Britt McHenry’s Fox and ESPN colleagues retorted to her threat with words of bolster and vitality. “Sending you much love and strength. We are all behind you,” reacted former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly. Jenna Laine, an ESPN NFL reporter, reacted, “Sending so much love and prayer your way, Britt. You got this!” “The View” co-host named Meghan McCain, whose father was former U.S. Senator John McCain — died after an assault with brain cancer, extended her good wishes to McHenry. “Sending love and strength Britt McHenry. Please let me know if there’s anything we can do,” she said in a tweet. ESPN’s viče President of production, Seth Markham, vowed: “We are all with you @BrittMcHenry.”
Britt McHenry presently toils for Fox News’ 24/7 streaming service, Fox Nation. She sure her employer and her former co-host in December, contending that he sent her sexually explicit text messages. McHenry alleged that Fox News avenged after she complained of sexual harassment by eluding her and omitting her from company events and shows. It craves anonymous damages. Fox News’ said in a statement, “Ms. McHenry’s lawsuit recycles the same allegations she filled with the New York stare Division of Human Rights in October, to which we filed a response on Friday. We expect all of her claims to be dismissed.”
According to the 31-page lawsuit filled Today in the Southern District of New York, Murdoch’s inconvenient attitude began soon after their first meeting in August 2018. In extension to the text messages, Britt McHenry professes that Murdoch grabbed her in a vigorous manner. Recently, she worked for ESPN as a correspondent for various shows, encompassing Sportscenter, Outside the Lines and NFL Live. She was let go from ESPN in 2017.