That was allegedly associated with her contentions that then-head of Fox, Roger Ailes, sexually harassed her for years. At the time, to receive the money, she signed a non-disclosure agreement.
But she was released from that by Paul, Weiss, the law firm hired by 21st Century Fox to investigate if Ailes had been sexually inappropriate with employees. Therefore, Luhn is talking with the media.
In Vanity Fair, for example, Emily Jane Fox highlights how Luhn recently described the alleged 20 years of sexual harassment and psychological torture inflicted by Ailes. That includes actual sex.
If these allegations are true, then any ambiguity about Ailes' predatory, disrespectful behavior with female employees will vanish. He will be go down in the history of media as a bad man.
Maybe that won't matter, though. He had been a genius in broadcast programming and made Fox a highly profitable cable network.
Given that track record, his Next could include being a high-powered, well-paid consultant for how politicos should present themselves in visual media.