ESPN Sued by Fired Analyst

Former ESPN baseball analyst Harold
Reynolds has filed a $5 million lawsuit claiming breach of contract and unfair dismissal.

Reynolds claims in his complaint, filed yesterday in state
court in New Britain, Connecticut, that ESPN failed to give a
reason for firing him and didn’t properly investigate an
allegation about his giving a female intern what he called "an
innocuous hug."

Reynolds was only 4 months into a 6 year $6 million contract. While this Bloomberg story doesn’t give ESPN’s reason for the firing, the website ‘FreeHaroldReynolds.com‘ claims he was fired over accusations only. Sexual Harrassment requires a pattern of occurances, not just one incident, so it looks like the truth will come out in court.

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About Ken Pellman

I was a Disneyland Cast Member for 15 years. Currently a freelance writer.
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