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CNN anchor and former Fox News personality Alisyn Camerota detailed her interactions with the late, disgraced former Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, who was forced out after multiple accusations of sexual misconduct.

Camerota, 53, who spent more than a decade at Fox, published an op-ed in Vanity Fair on Friday reflecting on her time at the conservative-leaning network. The piece, titled “‘First, you have to do these things I say’: Inside Roger Ailes’s twisted game of mind control,” coincided with the release of the movie Bombshell, which depicts the events leading up to Fox News personalities speaking up about being sexually harassed by Ailes.

The article goes on to state the following:

She first noted that just watching the movie “had a PTSD-inducing effect” on her and that it “brought back” memories of Ailes being “a different omnipotent, fear-inducing wizard, one who maintained control over a kingdom of nervous minions through smoke, mirrors, endless corridors, and devastating demands.”

Camerota described how the movie brought back chilling memories. She writes in her Vanity Fair op-ed:

Even the audience members who had never set foot inside Fox seemed shaken by the scenes of what some women endured in Roger’s office. I know that office. I was summoned there many times. And I can attest to the bizarre, parallel-universe experience of being alone with Roger Ailes. (Full disclosure: I spoke briefly to Bombshell’s director and writer about my time at Fox during their scripting process.)

But what the movie mostly brought back for me was that Roger’s sexual harassment was only the beginning of his manipulation and mind games. Roger Ailes always reminded me of a different omnipotent, fear-inducing wizard, one who maintained control over a kingdom of nervous minions through smoke, mirrors, endless corridors, and devastating demands. I was so struck by Roger’s warped behavior that I began taking contemporaneous notes, as close to verbatim as I could recall, immediately after some of my visits to his inner sanctum. I had planned to turn these notes into a novel, but the following passages never made it into the manuscript. They’ve sat in a notebook, collecting dust in my closet, until now.

Camerota describes walking into Ailes office as she applied for a job as a news anchor, and being complimented by Ailes on her dress and ordered to “Stand up. Give me a spin. Let me look at you.”

“You need some bronzer on your legs,” he said, sizing me up. “They’re too white.”

“And, your skirt should be a little shorter.”

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