A New Harassment Claim Against Bill O'Reilly Has Surfaced

Bill O'Reilly

Bill O'Reilly

CNN Money is citing a "well-placed source" as saying representatives of the O'Reilly Factor host and the cable news network are meeting ahead of a 21st Century Fox board meeting this week, where a final decision on his future is expected to be made. What happens to O'Reilly will tell us more about who is winning the intergenerational battle over 21st Century Fox.

The pressure on Fox to let Bill O'Reilly go has risen in recent weeks over a string of accusations of sexual harassment, with the longtime host now on a vacation scheduled to end April 24th.

Fox Is Preparing to Cut Ties with Bill O'Reilly.

Advertisers have learned from previous boycotts that the boycotters never go away, and if they try to sneak back to the targeted host, they will be punished with a wave of bad publicity.

O'Reilly remains in Italy while his team of agents and lawyers in NY work on his behalf. "The three are fighting", the insider said.And according to one Fox source, Rupert has told people he does not want to fire O'Reilly because it would make it appear he was forced into a decision by "the New York Times". "His advocates have challenged details of her story, as well as some of the media reporting about it".

Support for O'Reilly inside the company is apparently slipping.

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Another woman has come forward to report abusive behavior by Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly, alleging he constantly berated her and at one point called her "hot chocolate".

According to reports, O'Reilly's office was close to the woman's desk, despite her having worked for a separate broadcaster at the time that the incident occurred in 2008.

Smith, who is a self-proclaimed rape survivor, added: "Every woman has had a personal experiences, but I did have a number of work place sexual harassment issues that were not very well addressed". The group is demanding the O'Reilly Factor host be fired from the network.

Could Bill O'Reilly's days at Fox News be numbered? More to the point, FNC chronicler-in-chief Gabe Sherman penned a post for NY magazine alleging that both of Rupert Murdoch's sons now are leaning toward recommending O'Reilly be removed from the cable news network's slate, while their father leans in the opposite direction.

The rally is planned for Tuesday just outside of Fox News's headquarters in New York City. She is launching two new shows on NBC later this year. That last part, however, is no longer true ― Walsh filed a complaint against him on the hotline earlier this month, and according to Bloom, the new accuser has done the same.

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