Bill O'Reilly Accuser To Hold Press Conference Tomorrow Demanding Independent Investigation Of Sexual Harassment At Fox News One of the women accusing Bill O'Reilly of sexual harassment (but not suing) is planning a press conference tomorrow in which she will demand an independent investigation into sexual harassment at Fox News.
Wendy Walsh is one of the women written up in yesterday'sNew York Timesbombshell detailing multiple accusations of sexual harassment and abuse against Bill O'Reilly. But a key difference between Walsh and the others in the report is that Walsh is not asking for money. Today, on CNN's Reliable Sources, Walsh's attorney, Lisa Bloom, said the burberry usa online shop previous investigation, commissioned by Fox News' parent company, was, by definition, not independent. She also noted that two of the O'Reilly cases detailed by The Times were settled after CEO Roger Ailes' departure because of his sexual harassment. "This network is the Bill Cosby of corporate America," Bloom told host Brian Stelter. "How many women have to come forward?" Bloom also said, "I don't expect [this] will be my last" case against Fox News. David burberry items Lindsay, I don think so. In Cosby case, he is being cheap burberry coats sale accused of rape, while Bill, sexual harassment. I think it was on CNN Reliable Sources this morning that said that Bill contract that was set to expire at the end of this year was just extended for an unannounced period of time. My guess is that when he starts tomorrow night show, Bill will spend about 5 minutes talking about this with words that are carefully crafted by lawyers and PR crisis types, and he never bring burberry spring sale it up again and hope the story just fades away.
We know it will on Fox. As long as Bill continues to bring in millions in advertising revenues for Fox, Bill knows he has his protection shield. Perhaps the only way to see changes would be boycotting his sponsors that make a dent in the bottom line.
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