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I'm sure they were false, just like the allegations in the previous sexual harassment suit against Billo which was also paid off very quietly. Why does FOX keep hiring all of these women who keep filing false charges?[/sarcasm]
Oh my gosh.. did you read what he said to me? I've never been more insulted in my life! You're a pro dude. I'm sure gonna shut up now. Just shaking in humiliation right now. Your come back was just.... man...
I can't for the life of me figure out why men use something that they spend most of their lives chasing after as an insult.
This is not the first time that O’Reilly has been accused of inappropriate sexual behavior toward female co-workers.
In 2004 he was sued by Fox producer Andrea Mackris in a formal complaint that alleged he made many unsolicited sexual advances, including advising her to purchase a vibrator and his detailing lurid fantasies of a shared shower.
(Those included an infamous taped conversation in which O’Reilly apparently described a loofah as a “falafel thing.”)
O’Reilly’s alleged peccadilloes appeared in a lawsuit filed last year against Ailes by former Fox News contributor Andrea Tantaros.
In that suit, the former co-host of “The Five” alleged that O’Reilly invited her to stay at his home and said he believed she had a “wild side.”