What Happened to Fox News Anchor?

There’s been a lot of speculation about what happened to Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, who suddenly disappeared from the network last week.

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Fox News Channel (FNC) is an American cable news channel owned by the Fox Corporation which was founded in 1996. Roger Ailes was the CEO and Chairman of the network until he resigned in 2016 amid sexual harassment allegations. Rupert Murdoch, one of the founders of Fox News, took over as the interim CEO until he brought in former CBS executive, Suzanne Scott, as the new CEO in May of 2018.

Some of the most popular Fox News programs include: The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity, Special Report with Bret Baier, and The Five. These days you can also find Fox News programs on Sirius XM Satellite Radio and via live streaming on the Fox News app and website.

The Disappearance

On October 7, 2016, Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly announced she would be leaving the network. The announcement came just days after Kelly signed a new multi-year contract with Fox News. The circumstances surrounding Kelly’s departure are still unclear, but many believe she was pushed out by Fox News executives.

Since her departure, Kelly has largely stayed out of the public eye. She has made a few appearances on talk shows and given a few interviews, but for the most part, she has kept a low profile. In July 2017, it was announced that Kelly would be joining NBC News as a host of her own daytime show. The show is set to debut in September 2017.

Until then, we will just have to wait and see what happens with Megyn Kelly.

The Investigation

The Fox News anchor disappeared on July 18, 2016, while on a kayaking trip with her son near their home in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Her son told authorities that his mother had tipped over in her kayak and had not resurfaced. He said he had tried to rescue her but was unable to find her in the water.

Authorities began an investigation and searched for two days before finding her body in a nearby lake. The cause of death was ruled to be accidental drowning.

The Outcome

After an intense investigation, it was revealed that the Fox News anchor had been using illegal drugs. The drugs in question were cocaine and methamphetamine. The anchor has since been fired from Fox News.

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