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21st Century Fox Finally Investigating Bill O’Reilly’s Predatory Practices

Amid allegations of sexual harassment by Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly, the network's parent company 21st Century Fox has launched an investigation. A video of them making the call Wednesday is posted on YouTube.

21st Century Fox hired law firm Paul Weiss to investigate Ailes.

O'Reilly and 21st Century Fox have noted that no current or former Fox News employee had called the hotline to report inappropriate behavior or concerns against him.

The O'Reilly Factor had just seven advertisers still on board as Thursday (6 April), following which the HBO show tried to buy of one of the many vacant spaces with the following ad to air in NY and DC. He said his fame makes him a target for lawsuits.

In an interview with the New York Times earlier this month, Walsh went public with an allegation that O'Reilly broke a promise to get her a job at Fox News because she rejected his advances. She agreed to meet the host at a Bel Air hotel for dinner, where he then "got very hostile, very quickly" when she declined an invitation to his hotel room.

Bloom said Walsh has requested the involvement of the New York State Division of Human Rights in launching its own investigation of Walsh's complaint, but added that her client does not intend to sue O'Reilly.

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The women who accepted settlements from O'Reilly and Fox News agreed to remain silent on the matter.

"When she said "no, ' what was her vibe?"

She said she had been hearing from even more women about O'Reilly in the past, and there might be more claims to come.

Fox has taken its time investigating the accusations, but now the company is reportedly prepared to follow protocol. "Karma's a bitch, Bill". Baldwin appeared twice as President Donald Trump and debuted a portrayal of Fox News host Bill O'Reilly. A similar, but smaller scale, advertiser boycott led to the eventual demise of Glenn Beck's successful show on Fox News in 2011. "I'm more familiar with this case than, say, health care".

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 a year ago over his own harassment allegations - is being sued by his accusers.