Fox investigating sexual harassment claim against O'Reilly

Fox investigating sexual harassment claim against O'Reilly

Lawyer Lisa Bloom, who is representing former The O'Reilly Factor contributor Wendy Walsh, told CNN on Sunday that she's been told by the company's lawyers that an investigation will be launched into her client's accusations.

After Walsh declined, she said, they went to the bar, where O'Reilly allegedly became hostile, insulted her and told her to "forget about any career advice I gave you, you're on your own".

"This is not blowing over", she added.

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Bloom's announcement comes days after she and the accuser, Wendy Walsh, recorded themselves reporting O'Reilly to Fox News' corporate complaint hotline.

Walsh claims that O'Reilly offered to get her a job at the network, but retracted it after she refused to go to his hotel room with him after having dinner at Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles in 2013.

Meanwhile, three black women from the Fox News payroll department have filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against the network, and former chairman Roger Ailes - who stepped down previous year over his own harassment allegations - is being sued by his accusers. "While he denies the merits of these claims, O'Reilly has resolved those he regarded as personal responsibility".

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Howard Kornfeld, couldn't get there immediately so he sent his son, Andrew Kornfeld, on an overnight flight to Minnesota. The suitcase had a tag on it bearing the name "Peter Bravestrong", which investigators say could be an alias for Prince.

After months of mocking President Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, Alec Baldwin turned his acerbic sights on Bill O'Reilly over the weekend, while pulling double duty as Trump in the same sketch. He said that no one had ever filed a complaint about him with human resources "even on the anonymous hotline". The allegation, which has resulted in several companies to pull their advertisement contracts with O'Reilly's show, will now be investigated by 21 Century Fox.

When forced, Fox News investigated allegations of sexual harassment against its chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, ultimately parting ways with the man who created the network two decades earlier.

While corporations have made a stand against the Fox News' host, it is unclear if O'Reilly will face the same repercussions as Ailes. That left products like "dog cocaine" - "because you can teach a dog new tricks" and "Eliquis" - "it's Cialis for horses" - to sponsor O'Reilly's show.

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Eyewitness, Kenneth Dillard, shot the first video that surfaced and said he was shocked by what he witnessed. The officer wrote in the report that Hollins was acting strangely and his vehicle smelled of marijuana.

Bloom has aid that she's been "flooded with calls" from other women seeking representation in the matter, too, indicating that many more stories may come out as the investigation winds forward.

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