Granados has denied all of the claims alleged by Carlson and as mentioned above is prepared to fight the allegations.
The man who allegedly called the 19-year-old daughter of Fox News host Tucker Carlson a “whore” and a “f***ing c***” at the Farmington Country Club in Charlottesville, VA, in October just so happens to serve on the Board of Directors of a women’s mental health group called The Women’s Initiative.
As Grace Carr of The Daily Caller noted, The Women’s Initiative had a series of succinct non-responses to the alleged actions of Juan Manuel Granados when The Daily Caller made contact; one employee initially stated, “Sorry, we don’t speak to reporters,” followed by a woman named Elizabeth who echoed, “We’re not offering comment,” then hung up. When The Daily Caller called a third time to ask if Garnados’ alleged actions were in keeping with the group’s values and whether any possible action would be taken in response, a woman named Andrea replied, “I can’t speak to that, but we have no comment at this time.”
The Women’s Initiative website states: “We believe every woman has an innate capacity for healing that, once uncovered and directed, results in better mental and physical health. We believe it is critical to address each woman’s unique emotional, physical and spiritual needs.
As RedState pointed out, “Granados is now being represented by America’s favorite attorney, Michael Avenatti.” Avenatti has claimed that Carlson has lied about the incident and that Carlson assaulted Granados.