Updated September 12, 2018 11:13:51The “BrokenPromos” ad campaign from Fox News’ parent company 21st Century Fox has been in full effect since July, when it launched a campaign that accused a group of actors and singers of breaking the law by playing in a club without a ticket.
In its initial release, the ad, which ran for five days on the network, featured five men and women, one of whom appeared to break the rules by entering a club.
One of the women was a model who was apparently wearing a dress that was clearly a “BrokePromo” T-shirt.
Another woman, whose name is redacted from the release, was seen dancing in the middle of the dance floor, while her boyfriend was sitting in a nearby booth.
The woman was eventually removed from the set, and the three other men who were in the club with her were banned from the club indefinitely.
On Tuesday, Fox News released a second version of the campaign, which also included the names of five men who had broken the rules.
It featured three other women and one man who was seen playing in the “Brookelyn” dance floor and a third woman, who was dressed as a “broke promos” T, who appeared to be wearing a “Brosky” dress.
Fox News has yet to address any of the allegations of breaking a law, though the network did issue a statement Tuesday saying the ad did not violate its policies.
In a statement to Fox News, a Fox News spokesperson said: “We will not be commenting on these allegations.
We respect the legal process and are committed to serving our advertisers.”
A spokesperson for 21st CEN told Fox News the group did not comment on the matter and that it is currently in litigation.