Roger Ailes' reign as the head of Fox News could be coming to an ignominious end soon, according to New York Magazine, which is reporting that Rupert Murdoch's sons have decided to oust the 76-year-old exec.
The magazine cited two sources who have been briefed on asexual-harassment investigation of Ailes being conducted by New York law firm Paul, Weiss.
After reviewing the initial findings, James Murdoch, CEO of parent company 21st Century Fox, wants Ailesgiven the choice of resigning this week or face being fired, New York Magazine reported. His brother, Lachlan, co-chairman of the parent company, would rather wait until after the Republican National Convention being held this week in Cleveland, according to the magazine.
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The investigation was set off by former anchor Gretchen Carlson's lawsuit accusing Ailes of retaliating against her after she refused his advances.
So far the Murdochshaven't commented on the report.