Don Lemon and guest make sexually explicit jokes about low-income men on NYE broadcast

"Did you say broke dick?" Lemon asked.

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY

As Don Lemon hosted CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast live from New Orleans, he and guest Dulce Sloan joked about Sloan's 2022 resolution to not have sex with poor men. "No more broke dick, ok?" Sloan said.

"Did you say broke dick?" Lemon asked.

This after Lemon asked Sloan what her New Year's resolutions were.

"You know what my resolution is for 2022?" Sloan told Lemon from atop a parade float. "No more penis from a man who doesn't have money."

Lemon could hardly contain himself from where they sat atop a parade float.

"But it's always good! That's the problem!" Sloan said.

Lemon reportedly also told Sloan "you've got titties everywhere, I mean, come on," after Sloan saw a drawing of her done by an artist and told the artist "you can’t be selling my titties on the street, Frenchie. What's wrong with you?"

Lemon has been accused of sexual harassment stemming from a 2018 incident, after which the man he allegedly harassed called CNN "a predator protecting machine." Dustin Hice accused the CNN host of a sexually charged assault and battery in at a Long Island bar during the summer of 2018. He has since filed suit.

The 2019 lawsuit filed in Suffolk County Court alleged that Lemon "intensely pushed his fingers against Plaintiff's face under Plaintiff's nose, forcing Plaintiff's head thrust backward as Defendant repeatedly asked Plaintiff, 'Do you like p*ssy or d*ck?'" The suit states that Lemon "continued to shove his fingers into Plaintiff's face with aggression and hostility" during their encounter.

"In response to Mr. Hice's baseless allegations, I encourage people to review the public filings, which show that Mr. Hice's claims have been steadily eroding when they have been exposed to the civil litigation process. Mr. Hice's fanciful and salacious allegations against Mr. Lemon have collapsed of their own weight," Lemon's attorney, Caroline J. Polisi, said.

"They painted me as trying to extort $1.5 million from him but they never mentioned that he offered many times over six figures to settle. He tried to make payments on that and I said, 'No thank you,'" Hice said.

"I think that when he went to CNN and [denied the accusations], he probably failed to mention that he offered me well over six figures in the settlement process."

"This is who they are. They're a predator-protecting machine, they slander and smear victims with impunity," Hice said.

The case is expected to be in court early next year.


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