The New York Post published and deleted a story featuring Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s new $5.5 million Florida home. Its Page Six section published a photo of the house with it circled.
The Post is owned by News Corp., which like the Fox News-owned Fox Corp., is part of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire.
eThe article focused on Carlson’s new property in Florida. On Tuesday, the home was featured on the gossip site Dirt. It reported Carlson and his wife bought the three-bedroom home for $5.5 million. The sale was not listed publicly.
Carlson has been understandably sensitive about stories on where he lives. In 2020, he lashed out at two journalists in Maine who, according to the host, were working on “a story on the location of my family’s house.” He claimed he moved to the state after protestors hectored him and his family at his house in Washington, D.C.
On his show, the host named the reporters, who in turn received threats. One journalist’s address was posted online. The Washington Post’s Erik Wemple reported at the time:
(Excerpt) Read more in: Mediaite