Fox News Correspondent John Huddy Being Blacklisted Over Sister's Suit?

Jun. 16 2017, Published 10:02 a.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email can exclusively reveal that Fox News' Jerusalem-based foreign correspondent, John Huddy, has nearly become an outcast in the industry after his sister's lawsuit against the network.

Juliet Huddy received $1.5 million after she filed a sexual harrassment suit against co-president Jack Abernethy and her mentor Bill O'Reilly. The suit came right on the heels of Fox founder Roger Ailes' ousting.

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But John, who's been at the network since 2014, now seems to be taking heat for sharing the same bloodline, insiders believe, despite his father, John Huddy Sr., being a consultant for the network for many years. His father was also one of Ailes' top lieutenants and confidantes before both men were fired last July.

"John's stressed out," a source exclusively told "He's out there in Israel. He's underpaid and he's working without a contract and he's gotten no bites from other networks."

"The Huddy name didn't use to come with any baggage," added the insider.

"An Emmy-award winning journalist shouldn't have trouble finding work elsewhere," said the source.

"And John isn't handling that news well."

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