Actor-turned-politician Mr Fox has been suspended by the channel after he made a collection of feedback concerning the political correspondent on Tuesday, together with asking “who would wish to shag that?”.
The programme’s host Dan Wootton has additionally been suspended with the channel confirming on Friday that Calvin Robinson has additionally been suspended after exhibiting help on social media for his fellow presenter.
Ms Evans, who works for the web site Politics JOE, instructed the Every day Mail: “It could have been horrible for a lady to listen to she was being mentioned in these phrases within the pub.
“I’m not naive. I do know that males discuss like that about ladies. However this was on nationwide TV. It was demeaning. It was dehumanising.
“As if it was an possibility for him to have intercourse with me. As if males get to have a look at you and determine in the event that they wish to… Unforgivable.”
She stated the worst a part of the expertise had been explaining it to her father.
“My dad was simply confused. He stated: ‘However why would he say this? Have you ever dated him?’ He simply didn’t get it,” she stated.
“My dad and mom didn’t go to college. They’ve odd jobs and have at all times been so happy with what I do and have achieved.
“Why ought to my alternative of profession — political reporting — imply I’ve to take care of this?”
A former producer for LBC radio, she stated she would have acted to cease the feedback if she had been working Tuesday’s Dan Wootton Tonight present.
“If I had been the producer on that present and the presenter wasn’t listening to instructions to close it down, I might have taken that showcase the air, no query. It ought to by no means have been allowed to go so far as it did.”
Ms Evans instructed the Daily Mail she fears for her security after the messages and threats she has obtained.
She criticised Conservative Occasion MP Lee Anderson for the way in which he publicised an interview with Residence Secretary Suella Braverman on GB Information however has not commented on Mr Fox’s feedback about her.
“That is an elected consultant and he hasn’t stated something publicly, or to me, and I do know him,” she stated. I’ve labored with him.
“I felt it confirmed contempt, actually. By not saying something, does he agree that it was OK to sexualise me?
“What am I presupposed to assume once I meet him within the workplace, or the parliamentary bar? And this isn’t about me. It’s about each lady working within the foyer.”
GB Information chief government Angelos Frangopolous stated on Friday he was “appalled” by the remarks, telling BBC Radio 4’s Right now programme they need to not have gone to air.
He issued a private apology to Ms Evans, saying: “They (the feedback) didn’t mirror what we consider is acceptable dialog as a media firm, as part of the nationwide dialog, it truly is an apology, it was simply actually inappropriate.”
He stated GB Information has a “course of to comply with” however he expects the interior investigation into the suspended presenters to be “resolved in a short time”.
MailOnline introduced on Thursday that it had terminated its contract with Mr Wootton, who was a columnist for the positioning.
Mr Wootton has issued an apology to Ms Evans, suggesting he ought to have intervened in the course of the broadcast, whereas Mr Fox stated he was “sorry for demeaning” the journalist.