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A former Fox News employee who received over $3million in a separation agreement from the network after claiming she had been sexually harassed and pressured into performing sexual acts with former CEO Roger Ailes will have her story told over the next few weeks on the Showtime series The Loudest Voice.

In the show it will be Russell Crowe who stars as Ailes and Anabelle Wallis who plays Luhn, during the decades she was under Ailes' control. 

Laurie Luhn, 56, sat down for a TV interview back in 2016 with 20/20, in which she detailed how Ailes allegedly required her to be ready for afternoon hotel romps at a moment's notice and once made her engage in a sexual act with another woman while he took photographs.

She claims it all began shortly after she met Ailes while working on George H.W. Bush's first presidential campaign. She was 30 at the time and he was 50.

One night in 1991 he invited her to his hotel room to watch one of President Bush's speeches, and afterward Luhn claims he had her strip to her and dance around the room while he recorded her on a camera. 

'He would have me get down on my knees and tell me, "You know what you are, Laurie. You're my wh***. You're my sex slave. You're going to do whatever I tell you to do at any time. Do you understand that?"' said Luhn. 

'And he explained that it was like the military, that if he gave an order I was to follow through.'

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Prey: Laurie Luhn, played by Annabelle Wallis *(above in a still form Loudest) , is one of the alleged victims of Roger Ailes in the new Showtime series The Loudest Voice

Prey: Laurie Luhn, played by Annabelle Wallis *(above in a still form Loudest) , is one of the alleged victims of Roger Ailes in the new Showtime series The Loudest Voice

New details: Luhn opened up about the 20 years of sexual harassment she allegedly endured at the hands of  Ailes, telling her story in 2016 (Luhn and Ailes above sometime around 2005)

New details: Luhn opened up about the 20 years of sexual harassment she allegedly endured at the hands of  Ailes, telling her story in 2016 (Luhn and Ailes above sometime around 2005)

Demands: Luhn (above) claims that once she secured a big promoting at the network he told her to go to the hotel in an outfit to perform oral sex on him

Demands: Luhn (above) claims that once she secured a big promoting at the network he told her to go to the hotel in an outfit to perform oral sex on him

Luhn gave her first big interview to Gabriel Sherman, whose book on Ailes is the basis for the Showtime series.

She told Sherman, writing for New York, that Ailes mostly demanded that she perform oral sex on him, and that he used the photographs and recordings he took of her to make sure she kept quiet about their relationship.

'He always let me know he was in control, and it was scary,' said Luhn. 

'It was like the minute it happened I knew that I'd been blackmailed… because he did take photographs of me. And he would say, "This is just my little insurance policy. And I'm just going to put it in a safe deposit box just to make sure you stay loyal to me."'

She then added: 'He'd say, "I think you need some training. I think you're slipping up." Or, "You haven't had your training lately,"' said Luhn.

Luhn also claims that 'training' was Ailes way of saying, 'Show up in a hotel room wearing and be expected to perform oral sex.'

Despite the nature of the relationship, Luhn took a job at Fox News when Ailes was put in charge back in 1996 as CEO of the network.

Then in 1998, ten years into their 'relationship,' Ailes married his wife Elizabeth. 

Luhn even managed to secure a big promotion and raise after a few years at the network, but she claims it came at a devastating, and demoralizing, cost.

'I got a promotion. A big promotion. And afterwards I went in to see Roger, he said, "So, see, I told you I'd take care of you some day. Now, you go put your uniform on and show me some gratitude,'" said Luhn.

'I was so excited. And then the next words were, "Go over to Double Tree and thank me." 

'I kept on thinking it would end. You know, maybe he'd stop. And I actually didn't think that it would go on at Fox, but it did continue.'

Shortly after she got her promotion is when she claims Ailes 'ordered' her engage in a sex act with another woman.

'Not only ordered to, expected to, and show up, and then say, "That was really great, wasn't it?"' said Luhn. 

'And, you know, I'm trembling. And practically getting sick. And yes, I mean, it was horrible.'

With her new promotion came new demands by Ailes according to Luhn, who claimed she had to engage in sadomasochistic sex with another woman while Ailes took photos and starting in 2006 engage in phone sex with Ailes from her office.

Moving forward: A few years after meeting Ailes while working on President George H.W. Bush's campaign, Luhn took a job with him at Fox News

Moving forward: A few years after meeting Ailes while working on President George H.W. Bush's campaign, Luhn took a job with him at Fox News

Horrible: 'You're my whore. You're my sex slave. You're going to do whatever I tell you to do at any time. Do you understand that?' Ailes told Luhn she claims

Horrible: 'You're my whore. You're my sex slave. You're going to do whatever I tell you to do at any time. Do you understand that?' Ailes told Luhn she claims

He stopped with the hotel sessions around this time, she claims, and gave her a new task.

'You’re going to find me Roger’s Angels. You’re going to find me whores,' Luhn claimed Ailes told her during her interview with New York. 

Luhn said that it was her willingness to perform the sexual acts Ailes demanded of her that ultimately caused her to suffer a mental breakdown.

It was after that breakdown that Luhn, then an event planner for Fox News, decided to tell the network about what she alleges was 20 years of sexual harassment at the hands of Ailes.

The network quickly responded by giving Luhn a $3.15 million payout, and making her sign an 'extensive nondisclosure provisions' that Sherman saw while interviewing Luhn for New York.

Luhn made the decision to go public despite the terms of her settlement after Gretchen Carlson filed her lawsuit against Ailes, first reaching out to the lawyers conducting an internal investigation at the network and then granting her first interview.

Because she signed a non-disclosure however there is a chance that she could loss the money she received in

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