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BILL O’REILLY LOSES 16 ADVERTISERS AFTER HIS $13M IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT SETTLEMENTS REVEALED

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As we’ve reported this week, Fox News and Bill O’Reilly have reportedly paid $13 million to settle sexual harassment claims against the host in recent years. In the wake of these revelations, more than a dozen companies have pulled ads from the show in response to outcry from the public.

O’Reilly has denied all of the claims, saying that in his position as a high-profile figure on Fox News he’s a “target” for malicious, untrue lawsuits from people seeking a payout. Fox News issued a statement saying they stand by the host.

One claim from a former regular guest on his show is not accompanied by a lawsuit or any other sort of request for Monday. In a press conference on Monday, Dr. Wendy Walsh claimed that after she refused to go to his hotel room with him an offer to be a paid contributor was rescinded.

In an interview with CNN’s Don Lemon on Monday night, she said her only goal is to ensure “a nontoxic work environment for my daughters and their generation.” At the press conference Walsh stopped short of saying O’Reilly should be fired, instead saying she “doesn’t care” what Fox News does to him personally.

 

 

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