Laurence Fox: Journalist Ash Sarkar says the actor asked her what color her “panties” were

Journalist Ash Sarkar said Laurence Fox asked her what color her “panties” were.

On Friday (May 27), Sarkar posted on Twitter an alleged interaction she had with the Lewis Star.

“So today I have to personally ask Laurence Fox who is funding his defamation defense,” she wrote. “He didn’t answer, asked me what color panties I was wearing, and then didn’t answer.”

In April last year RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Star Crystal confirmed she sued Fox for defamation after he called them “paedophiles” in a since-deleted tweet.

Sarkar followed her tweet with another, reading: “It’s funny how these free speech advocates don’t like people asking questions about who is funding them.

“And my panties are black, by the way.”

Commenting on Sarkar’s tweet, one person wrote, “What a creepy thing to ask…”

The Independent has reached out to a Fox representative for comment.

(Ash Sarkar / Twitter)

Fox is currently facing a defamation lawsuit relating to an incident that occurred in October 2020.

Crystal – real name Colin Munro – responded to a tweet in which Fox accused Sainsbury’s of “discrimination” for supporting Black History Month.

“Imagine being so proud to be a racist,” Crystal replied. “So shrug. Total snowflake behavior.”

(Ash Sarkar / Twitter)

Her post was then retweeted by Fox with the words, “Says the pedophile.” He later deleted the tweet.

At the time, Crystal said she was considering taking legal action against Fox, who was then running for mayor in London. “I will not stand for racism when I see it, and I will not stand for homophobic slander when it is directed at me,” she wrote.

In April, it was announced that Crystal along with Coronation Street Star Nicola Thorp and Stonewall Deputy Chairman Simon Blake had launched a court case against the actor in the High Court.

Fox had labeled all three complainants as “paedophiles” in separate Twitter posts. Laurence Fox: Journalist Ash Sarkar says the actor asked her what color her “panties” were


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