Mr O'Reilly leaked the letters after Ms Kelly said she sent an email to her former bosses at Fox News complaining about the behaviour of Mr O’Reilly toward women.
“O'Reilly's suggestion that no one ever complained about his behaviour is false.
I know because I complained,” Ms Kelly said on her NBC talk show What a class act you are, coming to my baby shower.
I was truly touched – I know how busy you are, especially that time of day. And thank you for the darling bodysuits snuggly – it’s hard to believe we'll soon have a little human being in our lives tiny enough to fit in there.
In an interview with The Blaze Radio Network, a conservative libertarian media outlet, Mr O'Reilly also fiercely defended himself.
“I have been in the broadcast business for 43 years with 12 different companies,” he began, “and not one time was there any complaint filed against me. So I think my track record speaks for itself and people should look at the statement we have posted on Bill and the affidavit from Lis Wiehl.” After the settlement deal was reached, Ms Wiehl signed an affidavit saying she had “no claims against Bill O’Reilly”, according to the , which viewed the document.
Specjalnie utworzony dzia, aby i modsi (chocia nie tylko, oczywicie) ludzie mieli miejsce dla siebie.
Bill O'Reilly has released personal letters he received from ex-Fox News anchors Megyn Kelly and Gretchen Carlson, an apparent effort to back up his claims that he did not engage in any sexual misconduct while he was with the network.Mr O’Reilly asserts that in the more than 20 years he worked at Fox News, "not one complaint was filed against him with the Human Resources Department or Legal Department by a coworker, even on the anonymous hotline." Mr O’Reilly reportedly reached a previously undisclosed m settlement with ex-Fox News legal analyst Lis Wiehl in January 2017, according to the But despite that record, 21st Century Fox began contract negotiations with Mr O’Reilly, and gave him a four-year extension in February 2017 that paid m a year, the newspaper reported over the weekend.In an on-the-record interview with the Times, Mr O'Reilly called the allegations “crap." “It's politically and financially motivated.I was supposed to start college this year, September 2014. She said, I trusted the information my doctor of 29 years gave me.Little did I know Gardasil has not been proven to prevent cervical cancer.The sexual harassment allegations had still ultimately cost Mr O'Reill his job at Fox News.