An ex-Weather Channel anchorwoman has won a sexual-harassment claim against her male co-anchor, whom she accused of repeatedly asking about her sex life and making such crude remarks as, "Will you lick my swizzle stick?"
An arbitrator ruled on Jan. 31 that that Bob Stokes, 50, had subjected Hillary Andrews, 38, to "severe and pervasive" sexual harassment that was "extreme and offensive," The Post has learned.
Andrews, who left the cable channel in August 2006 and now temps as a CNN weather forecaster, received an undisclosed monetary award.
Court papers said Stokes was fired in February.
Neither the Weather Channel nor Jeff Kent, Stokes' attorney, returned the Post's calls for comment. Daniel Stern, Andrews' lawyer, said his client had no comment.