RHONY: The Truth About Eboni K. Williams' Time At Fox News

The newest cast member of the "Real Housewives of New York," Eboni K. Williams, has an impressive career outside of her reality TV debut. The lawyer clerked for Louisiana's Secretary of State and the state's Attorney General after earning her J.D. from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, according to Page Six, and before that, she graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

In addition to Eboni's work as a public defender, she made her way onto the small screen as a correspondent for CBS News and a contributor for Fox News. While a part of the Fox family, she appeared on "Hannity" and "The O'Reilly Factor," plus she served as co-host on "Fox News Specialists" with Eric Bolling and Kat Timpf.

However, the show was canceled after only four months on the air in 2017 following sexual harassment allegations against Bolling. Following the scandal, representatives from both the network and the correspondent confirmed that the former co-host "amicably parted ways" from Fox News in March 2019, per The Hill. "Eboni made a decision to leave Fox News at the end of 2018," a representative told the outlet at the time. "She's excited to be pursuing new opportunities." Since leaving the network, Eboni shared what it was really like to work at Fox News. Keep scrolling for more details.

Working at Fox was 'Challenging' for Eboni K. Williams

Following Eboni K. Williams' departure from Fox News, the lawyer opened up about her experience with the network in a March 2019 interview with HerAgenda.com. "It was...challenging. But I knew that, and I didn't go there to be comfortable," she said about being one of the first Black women to co-host a show on Fox News. "Let me be clear, I did not walk into Fox News to be comfortable. I walked in there to disrupt. I walked in there to represent. I didn't go in there just to be a contrarian."

Although Eboni had a goal to "advance the ball as it relates to the ability of their audience to better understand the humanity of Black America," adding, "It was a huge goal, and probably overly ambitious," she realized she wasn't speaking to the right audience while on Fox News. "Our community was unaware of the content I was bringing to the network," she said. "All they knew was, this Black woman works at Fox News."

Additionally, Eboni addressed her departure from the network on "The Breakfast Club" podcast, stating at the time, "Fox has a reputation for being bigoted and racist, all for very good reason." It looks like Eboni isn't afraid to speak her truth. Watch out, "Real Housewives of New York"!