Music Competition Show "The Four" Loses Judge Over Sexual Harassment

AllHipHop Staff

One of the judges on the new TV show "The Four" is gone, thanks to sexual harassment charges.

(AllHipHop News) Fox's new vocal competition show featuring DJ Khaled and Sean Diddy Combs, has been engulfed in a sexual assault Scandal.

‘The Four: Battle For Stardom" featured Diddy, Khaled, Meghan Trainor, and Republic Music's President Charlie Walk, as celebrity judges, looking for the next big thing in music.

But, Charlie Walk was just booted from the show, over sexual harassment allegations.

An unnamed woman who worked for Republic Records, which is owned by Universal Music Group, claims Walk harassed her for years.

This included sexually explicit images and videos via Snapchat, and off-color remarks in front of her colleagues at the label.

The woman claims Walk took it too far when he begged her to come to his Los Angeles hotel room.

In addition to being removed from ‘The Four" and scrubbed from Fox's website, Charlie Walk has been placed on indefinite leave by Universal Music Group.

“Mr. Walk has been placed on leave, and will remain in leave for the duration of the investigation,” the company said in a statement.

Charlie Walk will appear on this week's pre-taped episode of ‘The Four" but will be removed from future episodes.

A replacement has not been announced.