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Corn and ABC. Kirstyn Crawford said in the lawsuit that Mr. Corn sexually assaulted her in during a work trip to Los Angeles to cover the Academy Awards. Corn denied the allegations in a statement on Wednesday.

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An ABC News employee is accusing former "Good Morning America" producer Michael Corn of sexual assault in a lawsuit filed Wednesday, and says that the network "did nothing to protect" her or "remove Corn from his position of power. Kirstyn Crawford, a year-old producer for George Stephanopoulos on "GMA," claims the assaults occurred during a business trip in The suit, filed in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, alleges Corn, Crawford's boss at the time, forcibly touched her during an Uber ride and then later attempted to have sex with her in her hotel room. These assaults allegedly occurred in and , when Corn groped her an airplane, pinned her down on a hotel bed and made other unwanted sexual advances, McClain says. More: Adult film star Ron Jeremy indicted on plus charges including rape, sexual battery. Corn was a senior executive producer for "GMA" for seven years before abruptly leaving in April.

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The lawsuit claims that during a shared Uber ride to their hotel, Corn pulled Crawford's head into his chest "and began kissing her and rubbing her legs. Each time Crawford tried to pull away, Corn pulled her right back. The filing also alleges that he came to her hotel room later "for the express purpose of attempting to have sex with her. Additionally, the lawsuit accused Corn of sexually assaulting Jill McClain — a former ABC News employee — on two separate occasions while they were traveling. Crawford accused Corn and ABC of fostering a toxic work environment, alleging that the network ignored complaints about the top producer, including her own.
Kirstyn Crawford, a producer on the morning show, alleged that Mr. Corn assaulted her in during a business trip to Los Angeles, according to the suit, which was filed in New York state court. DIS 1. In a statement, Mr. Corn wrote that he vehemently denies any allegation that he engaged in improper sexual contact with another woman.