Harold Reynolds Sues ESPN For $5M

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By Dylan Comment

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Ex-ESPN broadcaster and baseball analyst Harold Reynolds has filed suit against the network for $5 million after “wrongful termination” for what he said was a “brief and innocuous” hug of a female intern.

Reynolds was fired July 24. “I have tried everything possible to handle this situation quietly behind the scenes,” Reynolds said in a statement released to the Associated Press Tuesday. “After numerous conversations and multiple mediation discussions with ESPN executives it is clear that ESPN had no intention of solving this problem amicably.”

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