Judge Andrew Napolitano is a former New Jersey Superior Court judge who worked as an analyst for Fox News and is a syndicated columnist for publications such as The Washington Times. Napolitano’s appointment to the New Jersey bench in 1987 made him the state’s youngest then-sitting Superior Court judge.

Napolitano first gained fame for starring in the first season of Power of Attorney. He gained further fame for appearing in a variety of Fox News television and radio segments. Napolitano’s appearances on Fox News started decreasing after he was temporarily taken off air for fueling the conspiracy that President Obama had wiretapped President Trump.

This piece will look at Judge Napolitano’s personal life. We can confirm that he is not married.

Judge Napolitano has kept his private life away from the public eye but we suspect that he is single

Since he became a public figure, Andrew Napolitano has managed to keep his private life away from the curious public. He has divulged no information about his love life, causing us to conclude that he is single.

Napolitano’s dating life is a mystery, but we do know that he harbors a lot of love for his family. After the death of his dad, Napolitano wrote an opinion piece on Fox News detailing the life of his beloved father. He concluded his piece by stating:

“I knew this man well and loved him with all my heart. He taught me all his values. His name was Andrew Alexander Napolitano. He was my father. Requiescat in pace, Dad.”

Napolitano has recently been accused of sexual assault by two men

Judge Napolitano is having a year to forget as he is currently facing two lawsuits from men claiming that the judge sexually assaulted them. The first accuser, Charles Corbishley, alleges that Judge Napolitano sexually assaulted him in exchange for a lighter sentence in an arson case.

The second accuser, James Kruzelnick, claims that Napolitano assaulted him on several occasions and forced him to engage in an unusual sex act. According to Napolitano’s attorney, Thomas A. Clare, the judge has denied both claims and is ready to fight them in court:

“This copycat lawsuit, filed and promoted publicly by the same lawyers representing career criminal Charles Corbishley, is nothing more than a pile-on attempt to smear Judge Napolitano for their own financial gain.”

The upcoming trials might offer an insight into Judge Napolitano’s private life and sexuality.

Fox News parted ways with Napolitano after he faced sexual harassment accusations

After several months of Napolitano failing to appear on any Fox segment, the network announced that it had parted ways with the legal analyst.

In early August, associate producer John Fawcett filed a complaint alleging that Andrew has ‘sexually harassed numerous young male employees during his tenure at Fox News.’ Fawcett claimed that he’d reported the harassment internally, but Fox News hadn’t acted.

Fox told Variety that it had ‘immediately investigated the claims and addressed the matter with both parties.’ The network then announced that it hard parted ways with Napolitano:

“The network and Judge Napolitano have since parted ways. We take all allegations of misconduct seriously, are committed to providing a safe, transparent, and collaborative workplace environment for all our employees and took immediate, appropriate action.”