Huddy also said, like both Mackris and Diamond before her, that O' Reilly called her on the phone while audibly masturbating.Fox News settled that claim, too, covering both O' Reilly's legal fees and playing Huddy a reported

Huddy also said, like both Mackris and Diamond before her, that O' Reilly called her on the phone while audibly masturbating.Fox News settled that claim, too, covering both O' Reilly's legal fees and playing Huddy a reported $1.6 million.

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Huddy also said, like both Mackris and Diamond before her, that O' Reilly called her on the phone while audibly masturbating.

Fox News settled that claim, too, covering both O' Reilly's legal fees and playing Huddy a reported $1.6 million.

2017Wendy Walsh, a frequent guest on The O' Reilly Factor, told The Times O' Reilly dangled a lucrative contract as a Fox contributor over dinner, then snatched it back when she refused to go to his hotel room with him.

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When they did, O' Reilly told his audience, "This brutal ordeal is now officially over, and I will never speak of it again."2010O' Reilly and Maureen Mc Philmy, his wife of 14 years separated; they divorced the next year.

According to court documents unearthed by Gawker, O' Reilly went on the warpath against Mc Philmy: He mounted a campaign to get fired her new boyfriend and later husband, a Nassau County police officer.

According to court documents, O' Reilly may have hired the couple's court-appointed mediator as a nanny.

And finally, Gawker reported that O' Reilly appeared to have used his considerable influence with the Catholic archdiocese to have his wife reprimanded for taking communion even though she divorced and remarried.2011Rebecca Gomez Diamond, host of the Fox show Happy Hour, sued O' Reilly after her contract with the network ran out, alleging harassment similar to that reported by Mackris years earlier.

A former Fox News employee came forward the day before O' Reilly was fired to report the Fox host harassed her while she worked for another of the network's shows in 2008.

According to her lawyer, "He would never talk to her, not even hello, except to grunt at her like a wild boar.

O' Reilly is the second high-profile figure forced out of Fox by a series of sexual harassment accusations within the last year.

The network's founding CEO, Roger Ailes, resigned over the summer after more than 20 women came forward accusing him of sexual harassment and psychological torture over the course of his two-decade tenure.

On Wednesday, the company released a statement explaining that "[a]fter a thorough and careful review of the allegations, the Company and Bill O' Reilly have agreed that Bill O' Reilly will not be returning to Fox News Channel." Multiple outlets are reporting that Tucker Carlson will take over O' Reilly's time slot starting on Monday.